She's the definition of "fierce" on stage, donning wild, androgynous '80s-style get-ups, busting moves that put Beyonce to shame, and singing her obviously love-scarred heart out like it's the last time she'll ever get the chance.
More importantly, the music she's crooning and krumping to is some of the catchiest electro-pop being made. The sassy Swede has easily… Continue
In 2005, Robyn began using harder and more humorous feminist language in her music — "One right, one left, that's how I organize 'em," she sings, joking about her breasts, "You know I fill my cups, no need to supersize 'em" — and favoring a slightly darker electronic sound. Thus began the era of Robyn we have today. She hasn't released an album… Continue
Added by Robyn on October 13, 2011 at 6:00pm —
"I have been touring this record since May 2010 to continue what I started with the last album," she said after an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" earlier this month. "I wanted to build my audience in the U.S. in an organic way. It seems…
Robyn opened for Katy Perry’s mostly young fans. Though a quarter of the crowd (Read: the awesome gay guys in attendance) danced along happily to familiar favorites like “Fembot” and “Every Heartbeat,” her spirited dancing and exuberant performance of radio hits “Dancing On My Own” and “Call Your Girlfriend” got the entire theater on their feet and bussing with excitement. Rapper…
Robyn's Body Talk series impresses for its thematic focus and laser-precise editing. Other than Radiohead, few other artists have delved so deeply into the disconnection between modern technology and human experience, and Body Talk emerges as pop music's answer to the Ghost in the Shell series. It's a testament to Robyn's truly forward-thinking take on contemporary…
Last month we gave away passes to catch Robyn perform at the JetBlue T5 terminal at New York City’s JFK International Airport. (That’s right — the most killingest pop star on the planet performed in an airport.) And while we posted pics and some fan-shot clips here after the gig, we still felt like you needed to get the full… Continue
Before the VMAs air live August 28 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV, we shine a spotlight on some lesser-known clips.
Last week, the nominations for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards were revealed in a live special that featured plenty of surprise guests (like multiple-nominees Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Tyler, the Creator) and just as many actual surprises.
Perhaps nowhere was the latter more apparent than in the Video of the Year category,… Continue
Added by Robyn on July 25, 2011 at 9:30am —