My Truth Album


About My Truth

My Truth, the second studio album by the Swedish singer Robyn, was released on 17 May 1999 by BMG Sweden. Robyn collaborated with the producers Lindström & Ekhé, Christian Falk, Billy Mann, Thomas Rusiak and Masters at Work on the album. A pop, R&B and soul record, My Truth is an autobiographical album for which Robyn co-wrote all fourteen songs. Some of its lyrics reflect on the singer's fall 1998 abortion, which became controversial when RCA Records began planning a North American release. When Robyn refused to change the album after the label's request, plans to release My Truth outside Sweden were cancelled. Swedish music critics generally praised My Truth, commending Robyn's growth as a songwriter. At the 2000 Grammis, the album received the Best Female Pop/Rock award. Overseas critics were divided in their opinions of My Truth; they found it more mature than the singer's debut album, Robyn Is Here (1995), but noted that it lacked catchy hooks. The album peaked at number two on the Sverigetopplistan albums chart, and was certified platinum by the Swedish Recording Industry Association (GLF). Four singles were released from My Truth: "Electric", "Play", "My Only Reason" and "Main Thing". "Electric" (the album's lead single) was commercially successful, peaking at number six on the Swedish singles chart and certified gold 


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