Quadron is a Denmark-based neo-soul duo, formed late July 2009, of Coco Malaika (vocals - aka Coco O.) & Robin Braun (music / production - aka Robin Hannibal) - both members of Boom Clap Bachelors. They released their début, Quadron, in 2010.
Previously Coco has sung backup for Danish soul artist Karen, and Robin has been collaborating with Nobody Beats The Beats, Clemens, Jokeren & L.O.C.. Also, Robin has worked on his own projects - Owusu & Hannibal & Parallel Dance Ensemble.
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An offshoot of the Denmark-based Boom Clap Bachelors massive collective, Quadron is an avant R&B (with an occasional nudge toward folk-soul) duo of multi-instrumentalist/producer Robin Braun (aka Robin Hannibal, also one-half of the duo Owusu & Hannibal) and vocalist Coco O. In 2009, Quadron began issuing their collaborations, led by the off-center mid-'60s soul throwback "Slippin," which was used in the film Se Min Kjole. A little later in the year, outside their homeland, BBC DJ Gilles Peterson was floored enough by the sparse, abstract "Day" to slot the song into the year-end All Winners special of his Worldwide program. Los Angeles' Plug Research label picked up their self-titled album for wide circulation and issued it in March 2010. Braun and Coco were subsequently sought out by numerous artists -- including Leon Ware, the Internet, and Tyler, The Creator -- for collaborations. Their cover of Michael Jackson's "Baby Be Mine" was included on the soundtrack to the 2012 film Think Like a Man. In 2013, Braun made an album with Mike Milosh as Rhye, while Coco was featured on the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby. That June, they released their second album, Avalanche, on Sylvia Rhone's Epic-associated Vested in Culture label. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi