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After a decade plugging away on the French dance music scene, Parisian DJ Martin Solveig's fifth studio album, Smash, provided him with the commercial breakthrough he deserved, attracting the attention of Madonna, who asked him to help produce her new album in the process. Packed with epic floor-fillers and anthemic radio-friendly pop melodies, the follow-up to 2008's C'est la Vie includes four tracks featuring Canadian electro outfit Dragonette, including the European hit single "Hello" and collaborations with Bloc Party's Kele Okereke ("Ready to Go"), U.S. singer/rapper Dev ("We Come to Smash [In a Black Tuxedo]"), and indie pop starlet Sunday Girl ("Let's Not Play Games"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 22 September 1976 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Though he grew up singing in the church choir and studying classical music, by age 13 French DJ Martin Solveig had his first pair of turntables and was showing off his skills to his friends. At 18, while working in a local record store, he further discovered the complexity of electronic music, and shortly thereafter was spinning at some of the most prestigious clubs in Paris. In 2001, Solveig worked with Bob Sinclar on Africanism, contributing his track "Edony" to the album. The single went on to...
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