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Björk moved to London to pursue a solo career; she began working with producer Nellee Hooper (who had produced Massive Attack , among others). Their partnership produced Björk's first international solo hit, " Human Behaviour ", a clattering dance track based on a guitar rhythm sampled from Antônio Carlos Jobim . In most countries, the song was not widely played on radio but was widely seen on MTV, accompanied by an influential video by Oscar-winning film director Michel Gondry , who became a frequent collaborator for Björk. [28] Her first adult solo album, Debut , was released in June 1993 to positive reviews; it was named album of the year by NME and eventually went platinum in the United States. [29] Debut was the leap Björk made from being in numerous bands during her teens and early twenties to her solo career. She named the album Debut to signify a start of something new. Debut had a mix of songs Björk had been writing since she was a teenager, as well as more recent lyrical collaborations with Hooper. Although the music was mostly dance-oriented, it was varied in instrumentation. One single from the album, " Venus as a Boy ", featured a Bollywood -influenced string arrangement. Björk covered the jazz standard " Like Someone in Love " to the accompaniment of a harp, and the final track, "The Anchor Song", was sung with only a saxophone ensemble for accompaniment.

The album is primarily composed of string arrangements and electronic beats, as a return to the sound Björk pursued on her 1997 album Homogenic . In an interview with Pitchfork , Björk exposed how working on string arrangements served as a way to keep her mind busy after her breakup: "The only way I could deal with that was to start writing for strings; I decided to become a violin nerd and arrange everything for 15 strings and take a step further." [33]

From the release of her first album ‘Debut’ in 1993 Björk has now sold over 20 million albums worldwide.  She has acquired significant critical acclaim, also winning 4 Brit Awards 4 MTV VMA’s and in 2010, the Polar Music Prize from the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, in recognition for her “deeply personal music and lyrics, her precise arrangements and her unique voice.”

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