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Robyn
Robyn
Robyn at the 2011 P3 Guld in Gothenburg, Sweden
Background info
Full name Robin Miriam Carlsson
Birthday/Birthplace (1979-06-12) 12 June 1979
Stockholm, Sweden
Genre(s)
  • Electropop
  • synth-pop
  • dance-pop
  • R&B (early)[6]
Profession(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • DJ
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • keyboards
Active Years 1989–present
Record Labels
  • Ricochet
  • Ariola
  • BMG
  • RCA
  • Jive
  • Konichiwa
  • Island
  • Cherrytree
  • Interscope
Worked with
  • Röyksopp
  • The Knife
  • Christian Falk
  • Snoop Dogg
  • Kleerup
  • Teddybears STHLM
  • Neneh Cherry
Official Website robyn.com

Robin Miriam Carlsson (Stockholm, Sweden, June 12, 1979), better known as Robyn , is a Swedish singer, songwriter and record producer with a reputation in European continent.

He achieved great recognition in the mid-nineties with “Do You Know (What It Takes)”, first single from his debut album Robyn is Here, for which he received a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Its popularity grew notably in 2007 with “With Every Heartbeat”, extracted from its album Robyn, which reached the top 10 in the charts of some countries of Europe and the United States.

In 2010 he released the outstanding production Body Talk, a studio album published in three volumes with singles such as “Dancing on My Own” and “Call Your Girlfriend”, which were nominated for the Grammy in the category of best dance recording in 2011 and 2012, respectively.

Robyn’s Biography

Although her musical career began in the 1990s, Robyn has already made a couple of recordings for children’s television programs when she was only 12 years old. Its discoverer was the Swedish singer Meja, who decided to become its first representative through an agreement with her parents. After finishing high school, Robyn signed with the record company Ricochet Records Sweden, subsidiary of BMG.

At sixteen, and after the release of two previous singles (You’ve got that somethin and Do you really want me – show respect), Robyn released her first album with RCA in 1996, entitled Robyn is here. The album achieved good sales in the Swedish and American markets. Robyn also dared to compose a song for the Melodifestivalen 1997, entitled Du gör mig hel igen.The song, played by Cajsalisa Ejemyr, finished in fourth position. That same year, the singer managed to sound in the British and American markets, with Show me love and Do you know (what it takes).

After that album, Robyn published in 1999 the second, titled My truth. It showed a change in musical style that took place in his country, where he obtained the second position in sales with his single Electric. However, the RCA company decided not to publish it in the United States because they considered that the new style of Robyn would not be able to sell in the North American market. As of that year Robyn also would begin to collaborate with other artists, like the Swedish ones Christian Falk and rapper Petter Askergren.

After the controversy with RCA, Robyn decided to change the label within BMG and went on to publish his third album, Do not stop the music, with Jive Records. The third disc left alone in Sweden in 2002, although several singles were published for the European market. After returning to have collisions with the record company, since the Swedish wanted to change registration in their new works, Robyn decided to leave BMG to found his own label in 2005: Konichiwa Records.

With her new label, Robyn made an evolution towards electropop sounds and decided to have multiple collaborations, like The Knife or Teddybears STHLM, to publish her fourth album: Robyn. This album, whose release single was Be Mine !, won the first position in sales of Sweden as well as good reviews, and has influences from various styles such as electronics or rap among others. With him, he was able to get three Swedish Grammy awards in 2006 for best album, best composer and best female pop singer. He also made several collaborations, such as the Hey U theme of the Basement Jaxx group.

During 2006 and 2007 Robyn published several EPs with new material and a review of Robyn, which included new themes. Among them is his single With every heartbeat, in collaboration with Kleerup, which earned him recognition and sales internationally. Its success made the label that it directed, Konichiwa Records, sign an international distribution agreement with Universal Music. In United Kingdom, their discs were published by Island Records. In 2008, he was the opening act for Madonna during her tour in the United States and several European cities.

In 2009 he announced his intention to release a new album with the production of Kleerup and Klas Åhlund. That year he collaborated with Röyksopp in the second single of his Junior album, called The girl and the robot. His album Robyn was nominated in 2009 for the Grammy in the category of “best electronic record”, but was not awarded.

In March 2010 he premiered on his official website (www.robyn.com) a fragment of “Fembot” as a presentation of the project “Body Talk”: a trilogy of EPs during that year that culminated at the end of this one with a compilation Selective of the three parts released in a self-titled LP. Despite the premiere of the era “Body Talk” with the song “Fembot”, it was “Dancing on my Own” that was in charge of promoting the first part of the project, achieving the number 1 in Sweden and reaching the TOP5 in different lists of the United States, United Kingdom and Denmark. The second part of the project was supported on a promotional level with “Hang With Me”, and the third part with “Indestructible”, where “Call Your Girlfriend” is also found, culminating with the promotion of “Body Talk” in April 2011 and achieving the number 1 of the Hot Dance Club Songs of Billboard in the United States, being, together with “Dancing On My Own”, two of the topics with the greatest repercussion for his record career in this work.

In the second semester of 2010 he briefly participated in the 7th episode of the fourth season of the American series Gossip Girl playing the song “Dancing on my own”, which in turn was used at the end of the episode.

Albums with Konichiwa Records

Since Robyn founded his label (Konichiwa Records) in 2005 he has released 6 albums: Robyn, Body Talk Pt. 1, Body Talk Pt. 2, Body Talk Pt. 3, Body Talk and Love Is Free. < / p>

2009-present: Body Talk, Do It Again and Love Is Free

As the name says it is the first part of Body Talk. It went on sale on June 14, 2010. It recorded between 2009 and 2010. In total there are 8 songs and lasts 30 minutes with 33 seconds. He only had a single, Dancing On My Own, and Dancehall Queen was only promotional.

In 2014, Robyn announced his tour called Do It Again Tour with the Norwegian duo Röyksopp. They also teamed up for the launch of a collaborative mini-album titled Do It Again, which was released on May 26 through Don Triumph, Wall of Sound, and Cooking Vinyl. On April 25, 2014, it was preceded by the single of the same name, “Do It Again”, making it into the lists of the United Kingdom and Sweden.

In that same year Robyn collaborated on the album Blank Project of the Swedish singer Neneh Cherry in the song “Out of the Black”.

In 2015 he formed a musical project called La Bagatelle Magique with keyboardist Markus Jägerstedt, and producer Christian Falk with whom they released the EP Love Is Free.

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