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  • Limited editon print of Robbie Williams leaning over railings in 2000.
  • Limited edition print of Robbie Williams with a jumper pulled over his face in 1998.
  • Robbie Williams (ROBBIE003JAKE)

Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams, born Robert Peter Williams on February 13, 1974, in Stoke-on-Trent, England, is one of the most successful British entertainers of his generation. He first gained fame in the early 1990s as a member of the boy band Take That. Williams was known for his cheeky persona and dynamic stage presence, contributing to the band’s immense popularity. Hits like "Back for Good" and "Relight My Fire" solidified their status as pop icons.

In 1995, Williams left Take That to pursue a solo career, initially facing skepticism. However, his debut solo album, "Life thru a Lens" (1997), featuring the iconic single "Angels," became a massive success. He followed this with a series of hit albums, including "I've Been Expecting You" (1998), "Sing When You're Winning" (2000), and "Escapology" (2002). Songs like "Rock DJ," "Feel," and "Let Me Entertain You" showcased his versatility and cemented his status as a solo star.

Robbie Williams' career has been marked by both commercial triumphs and personal challenges. He has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. His achievements include numerous Brit Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, and a place in the UK Music Hall of Fame.

Beyond music, Williams has been open about his struggles with addiction and mental health, using his platform to raise awareness and advocate for mental health issues. He reunited with Take That in 2010 for the album "Progress" and a successful tour, demonstrating his enduring appeal. Known for his charisma and showmanship, Robbie Williams remains a beloved figure in the music industry and beyond.

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