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Martin Soveig Discusses Madonna Album MDNA

French producer Martin Solveig has been producing dance tracks for the better part of the last decade reaching mass popularity in most recent years with his tracks “One 2.3 Four,” “Boys & Girls,” and “Everybody” (which still appears on his Beatport Top 10 despite it’s 2005 release date). Solveig without a doubt reached critical mass stateside when “Hello” hit national airwaves in a Trident commercial. Now almost everyone you know “just to came to say hello.”

Then Madonna called. In mid 2011, Solveig joined a group dance music producers who have helped Madonna remain current and progressive in American music culture. What was supposed to be one track, turned into three: “Give Me All Your Luvin,” “I Don’t Give A,” and “Turn Up The Radio.”

In the interview, Solveig reveals that the lyrics for the track “Give Me All Your Luvin” really focused on reintroducing the Material Girl to stadium audiences. The chant “L-U-V” was purposefully written for the audience to chant and participate with the performance. None of this is really a surprise coming from Solveig, as “Ready 2 Go” featured a similar chant lyrics that was performed for a live audience during half-time at Stade de France for his music music video.

Martin Solveig Discusses ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’

Catch Martin Soveig at Sound Kitchen / Wild Knight Friday, April 13, 2012 where we’ll welcome the French superstar to Arizona for the first time!

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