Singular cohomology is represented by an $E_\infty$ motivic ring spectrum. That spectrum is $\mathbf{R}f(H\mathbb{Z})$ where $f$ is right adjoint to the stable topological realization functor and $H\mathbb{Z}$ is the topological Eilenberg-Mac Lane spectrum. Since this is a symmetric monoidal Quillen adjunction (see Theorem A.45 here: http://arxiv.org/pdf/0709.3905.pdf), $\mathbf{R}f$ preserves $E_\infty$-objects.

The same argument should show that the motivic complex is also $E_\infty$, but I don't know a reference for the required symmetric monoidal adjunction. At least if you work with $(\infty,1)$-categories this adjunction comes for free from the fact that motivic complexes are the same thing as modules over the motivic Eilenberg-Mac Lane spectrum, whose topological realization is $H\mathbb{Z}$.