Robyn - Honey album flac
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Featuring – Zhala
|A3||Because It's In The Music||4:34|
|A4||Baby Forgive Me||4:16|
|A5||Send To Robin Immediately||3:59|
|B2||Between The Lines||4:06|
NotesComes with a poster and a download code.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 602567994688
|KOR057CD||Robyn||Honey (CD, Album)||Konichiwa Records||KOR057CD||Europe||2018|
|060257712825||Robyn||Honey (CD, Album)||Konichiwa Records||060257712825||Europe||2018|
|0602567994671||Robyn = 羅蘋*||Robyn = 羅蘋* - Honey = 甜蜜藥劑 (CD, Album)||Universal||0602567994671||Taiwan||2018|
|B0029318-02||Robyn||Honey (CD, Album)||Konichiwa Records, Interscope Records||B0029318-02||US||2018|
|KOR057MC||Robyn||Honey (Cass, Album, Yel)||Konichiwa Records, Island Records||KOR057MC||Europe||2018|
|1||Honey (Single Edit)||3:51|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Konichiwa Records
- Copyright (c) – Universal Island Records Ltd.
Notes℗ 2018 Konichiwa Records
© 2018 Universal-Island Records Ltd.
|none||Robyn||Honey (2xFile, AAC, Single, 256)||Embassy One||none||Germany||2018|
|none||Robyn||Honey (2xFile, AAC, Single, 256)||Interscope Records||none||US||2018|
|none||Robyn||Honey (2xFile, FLAC, Single)||Island Records||none||Europe||2018|
|none||Robyn||Honey (Kim Ann Foxman Remix) (File, MP3, 320)||Konichiwa Records||none||Europe||2018|
|PROMO 297||Robyn||Honey (CDr, Single, Promo)||Embassy One||PROMO 297||Germany||2018|
Music video by Robyn performing Honey.
Honey is the eighth studio album by Swedish singer Robyn, and her first since Body Talk (2010). It was released on 26 October 2018 through Konichiwa and Interscope Records. It features the singles "Missing U", "Honey" (a version of which originally featured in the final season of the HBO series Girls in 2017), and "Send to Robin Immediately", which also served as part of the promotional campaign for the singer's clothing line collaboration with Björn Borg.
And so Honey, Robyn’s sixth solo album and first in eight years, also carries the sheen of being created on purely individual terms, on a singular timeline.
Robyn: Honey album artwork. But the fans who joined the hashtag campaign in the hope that Robyn was about to come charging back in to the charts – and show pop’s more basic practitioners how it’s done with an unequivocal banger to match Dancing on My Own – were to be disappointed. No, you’re not going to get what you need, begins Honey’s title track, heralding the arrival of what seems to be Scandipop’s equivalent of Blood on the Tracks.
Honey is the eighth studio album by Robyn. It was released on October 28, 2018 under Interscope and Robyn’s own label Konichiwa Records. It marks her first solo album in eight years, following the release of Body Talk on 2010. Honey maintains Robyn’s characteristic sentimental pop essence, while introducing heavier experimental dance and disco influences. Upon its release, Honey received universal acclaim from music critics, many applauding the album’s refreshing innovative sound and emotional nature while praising Robyn’s conviction and warmth as a singer, songwriter and producer.
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Robyn announced she was working on a new album in February 2018 and teased new music throughout the year; along with the lead single, she appeared at one of the regular Robyn-themed dance events hosted at the Brooklyn Bowl, where she played "Honey" in full for the first time. She officially announced the album in a video message posted to Twitter. in September 2018, saying: "It's a personal album, and there are so many things that happened throughout making it that it's really hard for me to explain in one go.
Hits like ‘Dancing on My Own’ made her one of the most influential pop artists of the 2010s, but she had to recalibrate her own heart before she could return. Sometimes it’s necessary to not function, says Robyn in the most functional, Scandinavian way possible: quiet and measured and with the soothing tone of some sort of woodland creature emerging after a long, restorative sleep from a cave of mystical wonders. In fact, it’s been four years since Robyn stopped touring for her beloved 2010 Body Talk trilogy, four long years in which her legend has lived on, out of step with her actual self.
The long-anticipated new album is a balm. Robyn’s Honey Is a Balm. The long-anticipated new album may not have the sugar-rush highs we want, but its healing powers are what we need.
Label: Konichiwa Records – B0029318-02, Interscope Records – B0029318-02. This album was recorded at Apmamman, Stockholm; Shelter Studio, Paris; Strongrooms, London; Studios du Futur De l’Audiovisuel, Paris; Konichiwa Studios; 123 Studios, Peckham; Tophat Studio and in houses in LA and Ibiza. Mixed for Roselle, New Jersey except Missing U mixed at MixStar Studios, Virginia Beach, VA and Honey mixed at Motorbass Studio, Paris. Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA, except Missing U mastered at Sterling Sound and Honey mastered at Mike Marsh Mastering.