Friday January 24, 2020

Album reviews

4th November, 2018
4

Robyn: Honey (Interscope)

It takes courage for a pop star of any stripe to take time away from the spotlight, but to go away for almost eight years without releasing any solo material seems close enough to a disappearing act. Such a decision is all the more intriguing as Swedish singer Robyn first made sparks fly with her 1995 debut (Robyn Is Here) and its 1999 follow-up (My Truth). No ingénue, she continued...

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