Watch A Robyn Documentary From Sweden

Becky Bain | April 25, 2011 3:10 pm

One mega Robyn fan posted (and translated!) an hour-long Swedish documentary of the Grammy-nominated Coachella performer, and we couldn’t be more grateful. (Robyn stans are certainly dedicated in translating and posting her specials to YouTube!) In the doc, the singer discusses everything from the making of her Body Talk series to her early career as a teenage pop star: “The media image my record company wanted to create for me was so incredibly one-sided and… stupid.” Watch the entire documentary below.

“I’m not sure many people remember this, but I was treated badly by young girls with my first album,” Robyn says during her interview. “They used to stand at the front of the audience and shout profanities and throw stuff.”

“I was quite shocked and sad, and I was determined to become better.”

Watch all four parts below — and skip to 3:11 in Part 1 to see Robyn at age 11! (Make sure to hit the “CC” button for English subtitles.)

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

[Via Vulture]