Karl Martin Sandberg (born February 26,1971), better known as Max Martin, is a Swedish singer-songwriter, record producer and singer. It gained importance in the second half of the 1990s, after making a series of major successes for artists such as Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and NSYNC. Some of his early successes include “I Want It That Way” (1999),”… Baby One More Time” (1999) and “It’s My Life” (2000).
Martin wrote or co-authored 22 Billboard Hot 100 hits number one, most of which also produced or co-produced, including Katy Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl” (2008), Maroon 5 “One More Night” (2012), Taylor Swift’s “Space Blank” (2014) and The Weeknd’s “The Can Not Feel My Face” (2015). Martin is considered the third singer-songwriter behind only Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
At the beginning of 2013, The Hollywood Reporter put its individual sales at more than 135 million.
In 2014, Martin beat Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Dr. Luke to take second place in most of the number one hit list for a producer, behind George Martin, who had compiled 23 at the time of his death.
Martin’s influence on music is also evident in the effect he had on co-producers. Luke and Shellback. Time Magazine reported that “There is a group of high-powered songwriters based in Sweden, and the great master is Max Martin and when Kotecha worked with One Direction, he credited Martin’s influence” In Sweden, you don’t do anything until you do it right. The New Yorker reported that Martin was “the Swedish mentor and frequent collaborator of Dr. Luke. If Luke is the Skywalker of pop songcraft, Max is the Obi-Wan: the lonely master… The vital spark in Dr. Luke’s musical emergence has met Max Martin.” Dr. Luke himself says of the chemistry between him and Martin””It happened very quickly. It was magical. … Instead of making tracks for five thousand people, why not make tracks for a million? The magazine for the Swedish Muslim mana Gement STIM reported that Shellback became an “apprentice” with Martin acting as “his mentor” at Maratone Studios after 2006 when “Max Martin saw something special in the young man from Karlshamn. Judging by the incredible success Shellback has had since then, Martin’s A & R skills are among the best in the music business.”
Have you ever experienced embarrassment when taking off your clothes at a pool? Or maybe you felt bad as people laughed because you couldn’t fit in a lounge chair. Don’t worry, The Resort is the answer to all your plus-size prayers.
Personalized stay for plus-size clients
Located in the island of Eleuthera – The Bahamas, this holiday resort offers certain commodities a plus-size person would need and moreover, would want to have. The whole holiday inn has been customized to fit plus-size clients: the doorways are wider, beds are reinforced with 2-inch steel bars and lounges are a metre-wide.
However, the resort is not only comforting their clients in the idea of accepting their body. An activity program includes group therapy and exercises to force clients to re-evaluate their body. The hotel can welcome up to 28 people either in groups or separately. Privacy is also an important point as they ensure a 5 mile long private beach.
To enjoy a 6 night stay at The Resort, you may consider saving some money. A week stay costs around $16,400. This price includes food (Caribbean and American food) and the connection between the airport and the resort.
In a country where obesity is a main problem, the resort has been accused of normalising the condition. However, Mr King, the owner of the property denied those allegations. He instead guaranteed the place’s purpose is to bring peace and serenity to the clients.
Mr King also reminds that the place is open for average-size travellers. As people may reserve the place for groups, it can happen that overweight people are less numerous. Developing its notoriety, The Resort accumulated a 65% occupancy rate which is already a great number.
We should maybe expect another resort to open near the Cat Island, even though the owner states his will is not to build and run many complexes.