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The single "Electric" was a commercial success and propelled My Truth to the number two position in Sweden.
My Truth's theme was autobiographical and included the tracks "Universal Woman" and "Giving You Back".
Meja and her band Legacy of Sound visited Robyn's school and were involved with a musical workshop.
Robyn's performances impressed Meja so much so that she contacted her management and a meeting was arranged with Robyn and her parents.
Konichiwa Records was created, with its aim firmly set on liberating Robyn artistically. A month later, her fourth studio album, Robyn, became her first number-one album upon its release in Sweden.
Ulf Lindstrom and Johan Ekhé assisted with writing duties, helped to produce the album, and stayed on board with Robyn until the completion of her album Don't Stop the Music in 2003.
Robyn started her career in the pop music industry at the age of 16.
She signed a record deal with RCA Records in 1994 to release her debut single, "You've Got That Somethin'", in Sweden.
Later that same year, her Swedish breakthrough came with the single "Do You Really Want Me (Show Respect)".
These singles became part of the album Robyn Is Here, released in October 1995.