Though he was raised singing within the church choir and learning classical music, by age 13 French DJ Martin Solveig had his first couple of turntables and was revealing his abilities to his friends. At 18, while employed in an area record shop, he further found out the difficulty of digital music, and soon thereafter was rotating at a few of the most exclusive night clubs in Paris. In 2001, Solveig caused Bob Sinclar on Africanism, adding his monitor “Edony” towards the recording. The single continued to be always a strike, and after graduating from university, the DJ made a decision to to push out a full-length record. Sur la Terre — which arrived in 2002 by himself label, Combination, and was produced using both live and digital instrumentation — was also influenced by African rhythms, resulting in a remix of Malian vocalist Salif Keita’s music “Malan.” In 2004 Solveig made a decision to move toward American funk and rock and roll, liberating “Rocking Music,” sung by Jay Sebag, accompanied by another full-length, Hedonist, in 2005. Another recording, C’est la Vie, was released in 2008, nonetheless it was just with his 4th work, 2011’s aptly entitled Smash, that he finally broke through in to the mainstream, getting the eye of Madonna. The vocalist decided him to focus on her record MDNA, as well as the set developed a shared respect along with a close functioning relationship within the studio room. Post-MDNA, Solveig continuing collaborating, launching the 2013 one “Hey Today,” using the Cataracs and “Blow” offering Laidback Luke in 2014. In 2015, Solveig came back with just one more single, the home music infused “+1,” with vocals by Sam Light.