唱片公司: 2010 Konichiwa Records
音乐类型: Dance, Electronic, Pop
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罗宾1979年出生于斯德哥尔摩，是瑞典近年来炙手可热的流行歌星之一。 在过去的十年中，她循序渐进地取得了成功，最新专辑直登瑞典排行榜冠军宝座，单曲《每一次心跳》（With Every Heartbeat）也位居英国金曲榜榜首。 罗宾九岁就登台演出，在斯德哥尔摩的著名皇家剧院扮演一个配角。 她的演唱生涯是从十二岁为一部瑞典电视剧演唱主题曲开始的。 十六岁那年，她在RCA唱片公司获得了第一个唱片合约，1995年发行了第一首单曲《你已经得到了那个》（You’ve Got That Somethin’）。同年后期推出的单曲《你真的要我吗？》（Do You Really Want Me），也叫《表现尊重》(Show Respect)使她的歌唱事业达到巅峰。这两首单曲都被收录在她1996年发行的首张专辑《罗宾在这里》（Robyn is Here）。 罗宾凭借着《示我汝爱》（Show Me Love）和《你是否知道》（Do You Know），也叫《需要什么》（What It Takes) 打入美国公告牌单曲排行榜，跻身百首最热门单曲前十。 随后罗宾曲风更趋向电子流行乐风格，但这并不合唱片公司吉维（Jive）老板口味，因此2005年她和这家唱片公司分手，自己另立公司“你好”（日语Konichiwa）。 此后她发行专辑《罗宾》，直接荣登瑞典排行榜首，并在2006年瑞典格莱美颁奖中一举揽下最佳专辑奖、最佳作词奖和最佳流行女歌手的多项殊荣。 2007年的单曲《每一次心跳》是她在全球范围内知名度最高的一首歌曲，之后的一些单曲也在不同国家进榜。 罗宾曾在布兰妮•斯皮尔斯的单曲《破碎的我》（Piece of Me）中担任和声部分的演唱，并和诸多音乐艺术家合作，例如美国西岸歌星史努比-道格（ Snoop Dogg）、 地下室混音小子（Basement Jaxx）以及挪威“洛伊萨普”（Röyksopp）乐队。她在2008年美国艺术家欧洲巡演中曾为麦当娜伴唱。
An international pop star — despite repeated problems with labels that halted her career's momentum several times — Sweden's Robyn blends the gritty sound of American urban R&B with the sunny pop of her homeland. Robyn found a hit with Do You Know (What It Takes), which hit the Top Ten around the world, including the U.S. Born Robyn Carlsson in Stockholm in 1979, she traveled around... ...More
An international pop star — despite repeated problems with labels that halted her career's momentum several times — Sweden's Robyn blends the gritty sound of American urban R&B with the sunny pop of her homeland. Robyn found a hit with Do You Know (What It Takes), which hit the Top Ten around the world, including the U.S. Born Robyn Carlsson in Stockholm in 1979, she traveled around the Continent with her parents' traveling theater group, also listening to classic American soul on the hi-fi. She wrote her first song at the age of 11 about her parents' divorce; at 12, she recorded the theme for the Swedish television show Lilla Sportspegeln.
Her big break came at 13, however, when the pop star Meja held a workshop at Robyn's school and heard her sing her song about her parents. In 1994, Meja got her a record contract with Sweden's Ricochet Records, which released her debut single, You've Got That Somethin' and the hit Do You Really Want Me (Show Respect). Though she was still only 16, Robyn began recording her debut album in 1995 with producers Max Martin and Denniz Pop and co-songwriters Ulf Lindström and Johan Ekhé. The results, Robyn Is Here, quickly topped the Swedish charts. When the album was released in the U.S. almost a year and a half later, the single Do You Know (What It Takes) hit the Top Ten, as did Show Me Love. She was set to support the Backstreet Boys on their 1997 tour, but she had to pull out of the shows due to exhaustion. In 1998 Robyn began work on her second album, My Truth, which was released the following year in Europe, where Electric was a smash hit single. However, Robyn's U.S. label didn't feel that America would respond to My Truth as it was, and suggested that she re-record parts of the album. She refused, and the album was not released in the States. Robyn also became a UNICEF ambassador in 1999 and traveled the world for two years.
She returned to music by contributing "Say You'll Walk the Distance" to the On the Line soundtrack, and moved from RCA to Jive for her 2002 album, Don't Stop the Music, which ended up being a Swedish-only release; only the album's singles were released in Europe. Despite the album's limited release, other artists covered songs from it, including Beverley Knight, who released a version of "Keep This Fire Burning." Disheartened by her continuing label troubles, Robyn returned to Stockholm in 2003, where she heard the Knife's debut album, Deep Cuts. She was so impressed by the duo's experimental, futuristic synth pop that she collaborated with them on her next single, Who's That Girl. However, her label didn't like the track and instead released 2004's Robyn's Best in the U.S. and another compilation in Sweden.
Robyn bought herself out of the rest of her contract, formed her own label, Konichiwa, in 2005, and collaborated with the Knife, the Teddybears STHLM's Klas Åhlund, and Alexander Kronlund. The single Be Mine and her fourth, self-titled album arrived later that year and earned several Swedish Grammys, including Best Album, Best Female Pop Artist, and Best Songwriter (which she shared with Åhlund). Robyn continued to gain momentum in 2006, appearing on Basement Jaxx's Crazy Itch Radio and releasing the Rakamonie EP, a collection of covers and alternate takes. Robyn was released in the U.K. in 2007, as was the single Konichiwa B*****s. The ballad "With Every Heartbeat" really reestablished Robyn in the U.K., reaching number one on the singles chart that summer. Rakamonie was finally released in the U.S. in early 2008, and Robyn was scheduled for a U.S. release that spring. She began working on new material that year, choosing Diplo, Klas Åhlund, and Röyksopp as some of her collaborators. Early in 2010, the single Fembot arrived, along with the news that Robyn would release not one album that year but two short ones, beginning with Body Talk, Pt. 1, which was released that June. Three months later, Body Talk, Pt. 2, which featured the single "Hang With Me" and a collaboration with Snoop Dogg, arrived. In November 2010, Body Talk, which compiled tracks from the previous mini-albums plus new songs, appeared. ~ Heather Phares & John Bush, Rovi
歌曲试听: ♩♪♫♬ Indestructible
歌曲试听: ♩♪♫♬ Time Machine
01. Dancing On My Own (radio version)
03. Don’t [内容被过滤，请注意论坛文明]ing Tell Me What To Do
05. Time Machine
06. Love Kills
07. Hang With Me
08. Call Your Girlfriend
09. None Of Dem feat. R?yksopp
10. We Dance To The Beat
11. U Should Know Better feat. Snoop Dogg
12. Dancehall Queen
13. Get Myself Together
14. In My Eyes
15. Stars 4-Ever
16. Dancehall Queen (Diplo and Stenchman Remix feat. Spoek Mathambo) [Bonus Track]
17. Hang With Me (Music Video)
18. Dancing On My Own (Music Video)