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Meet the singer who left her band, record label and life in Los Angeles to move home to Copenhagen and go solo.

On a Tuesday afternoon in a dark, smoky bar in Copenhagen, regulars chat about everything and nothing. No one pays much attention to a young woman in the corner booth, playing with the sleeve of her fluffy sweater as she talks.

Coco O doesn’t impose herself on a room. In fact, the Danish singer-songwriter comes off as a little shy. But her voice—and what a voice—is her talent. It’s taken her on a journey from being on a major label and living in Los Angeles, to having no label and living back in Copenhagen, on the cusp of releasing a solo album.

  • Words:
    Zaineb Al Hassani
  • Photography:
    Aiala Hernando
  • Styling:
    Kenneth Pihl Nissen
  • Hair:
    Line Bille
  • Makeup:
    Stine Rasmussen

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  • Words:
    Zaineb Al Hassani
  • Photography:
    Aiala Hernando
  • Styling:
    Kenneth Pihl Nissen
  • Hair:
    Line Bille
  • Makeup:
    Stine Rasmussen
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