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Robyn (born June 12, 1979) otherwise known as Robin Miriam Carlsson is a Swedish pop singer/songwriter and label founder from Stockholm, Sweden.
Prior to her life in the music industry Robyn found herself providing the voices for a number of animated films, including the Swedish/Norwegian film “The Journey to Meolonia” and “All Dogs Go to Heaven”. Having recorded and performed theme songs and self-written songs on the television at the age of twelve, following her graduation of middle school, the singer singed to Ricochet Records Sweden. The collaboration between Robyn and producer Max Martin and Denniz Pop provided the
Robyn’s first taste of the pop world was when she signed with RCS Record in 1994 and released her debut single “You’ve Got That Somethin’” and later the Swedish breakthrough track “Do You Really Want Me (Show Respect)” both of which subsequently found their way onto Robyn’s first full-length album “Robyn Is Here” released in October 1996. The album topped the Swedish charts and re-released over a year later in the U.S. the track “Do You Know (What It Takes)” reacher the top ten, as did “Show Me Love”.
Robyn’s sophomore release in 1999 of “The Truth”, an autobiographical album, didn’t receive the international release of its predecessor, as the record label didn’t think there would be any appeal in the U.S. The hit single “Electric” was extremely popular throughout Europe and the album was just pipped of the top-spot in the Swedish chart. The same year the singer collaborated with the Swedish musician Christian Falk, as well as becoming UNICEF ambassador, and left to travel the world for two years.
Her return brought a change of label, from RCA to Jive Records, and a new album “Don’t Stop The Music” released in 2002, which remained an exclusive Swedish release. Tired of the lack of creative control and inspired by fellow countrymen The Knife, Robyn terminated her contract with Jive records, formed her own label Konichiwa in 2005, which propelled Robyn’s creative license and musical success. Robyn’s self-titled album released in the same year saw the Swedish singer earn multiple Swedish Grammy Awards for, Best Album, Best Female Pop Artist, and Best Songwriter. The ballad “With Every Heartbeat” reconfirmed Robyn’s place within UK chart reaching No. 1.
2010 brought a whopping three albums from the songstress, the two mini albums “Body Talk Pt.1”, “Body Talk Pt. 2” and the full-length “Body Talk” choosing Diplo, Röyksopp and Snoop Dog to collaborate on the releases.