Martin Solveig

Know about Martin Slovieg

Martin Slovieg

Martin Solveig

 

History:

We have one of the outstanding French DJ in the list named as Martin Laurent Picandet known by his famous stage name Martin Slovieg. He was born on 22 September 1976 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Martin is well known as a famous French electro and progressive house DJ, producer and a singer along with song writing.

He has got tune of the year for “Avicii ‘Wake Me Up’.”

Image Credits: DJ Mag

In childhood, Martin Solveig joined the choir of the Petits Chanteurs de Sainte-Croix de Neuillywhere he had a traditional music preparing and got to be soprano soloist under the heading of François Polgár.] At the age of 18, he turned into a DJ and after that began to work in renowned Parisian dance clubs : L’enfer, Le Queen, Les Bains Douche.

 

Achievements headed:

As in 2011, Martin was entered into the list of producers for Madonna’s album MDNA.

Solveig was also made the in house DJ for the 2012 MTV Movie Awards where he paid deference to the classic themes from movies such as Pulp Fiction.

The guy had major achievement when he listed at #76 by DJ Mag top 100 DJs popularity poll.

 

Martin Solveig

 

Success So far:

Martin’s entrance into the clubbing culture made him upshot in the world of Djs.

After years sharpening his art on the French clubbing circuit, 2011 saw Martin Solveig accomplish genuine universal superstardom. Offering in excess of two million releases of his hit single “Hello” earned him worldwide recognition and put him on the 2012 world’s greatest music festive including Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Tomorrowland and Electric Daisy Carnival. Worked with newcomers of music world “The Cataracs” and young rapper “Kyle” to release one of 2013’s summer anthem’s “Hey Now“.

Bringing his thumping, fun-filled sounds to the shores of Ibiza and dazzling lights of Vegas, 2014 has been proved as Martin’s biggest year yet! And will showcase his ability towards music  in coming years.

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