With Madonna’s show-stopping half time performance at the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI, which included the party rocking duo LMFAO joining the diva and, to the delight of billions of viewers, inserting “Sexy And I Know It” into her performance….it was quite a thrill for young producer, Kenny Oliver – known as “Audiobot” - who co-produced and wrote “Sexy And I Know It” with LMFAO (Audiobot’s first Billboard Hot 100 #1 song).
“Sexy And I Know It” had several other Super Bowl plays, as the song was also used by iconic American candy M & M’s in a Super Bowl commercial where a red M & M shedded its shell, gyrating to the track in a prime spot.
Barely a year ago, Audiobot was working on his ProTools rig in his hometown of Riverside, CA, when his friend passed on a remix of LMFAO’s “Party Anthem” to “Redfoo” through Facebook. From there, it’s been like a “speeding bullet” for Audiobot to music’s inner circle. He also did the promo remix (which is being offered free for the first million downloads) of Madonna’s brand new single “Give Me All Your Luvin,” which she premiered at her Super Bowl halftime performance.
Audiobot has since co-produced and co-written additional tracks with LMFAO, totaling 5 on the current album. He has also been working with will.i.am, the Black Eyed Peas front man, on his solo project, #willpower, including co-producing and co-writing the first single, “T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)” featuring guests Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger.
Entertainment attorney, Helen Yu, Esq. who represents Audiobot says, “I love Audiobot’s story. Truly a modern day testament to social networks on line ‘connecting’ people rather than disconnecting. Kenny’s talent, drive and creative ability are clearly pointed at Kenny becoming one of music elite’s new hit making music producers. With DJ culture quickly growing in the United States, the sky’s the limit for Audiobot.”
Television audiences will also note Latin music superstar, Ricky Martin performing a bilingual version of “Sexy and I Know It” when guesting as a Spanish teacher on the hit television show “Glee.”