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Rasmus Seebach

Rasmus Seebach

Rasmus Seebach is a prominent pop singer-songwriter from Denmark. He was born in Frederiksberg on March 28, 1980 and has been active in releasing songs since the spring of 2009. Music is in the recording artist's blood. His father was the late Tommy Seebach, a leading Danish vocalist, pianist, organist, producer and composer. In April 2009, he released his debut single (recorded in Danish), "Engel". Seebach was busy in music years before that, however. He has steadily produced and written music since the end of the 1990s. He collaborates with global and Danish musical artists alike. Rasmus and his brother Nicolai operate a production company known as Top Notch Music. Like Rasmus, Nicolai too is highly established in the music world. Nicolai is a co-writer for a lot of Rasmus' music. As a team, the brothers penned a charity track called "Hvor små vi er". The song was made to help the victims of the tsunami in 2004. In the fall of 2009 several months after his debut single hit the music scene, Seebach's first album came out. The self-titled release was made up of 12 songs in total. The aforementioned "Engel" was one of the singles. "Den Jeg Er", "Glad Igen","Lidt i Fem" and "Natteravn" were several other singles from the release. The album included a number of certified platinum hit singles. Not only was the album a major success in Denmark, but it also did extremely well in fellow Scandinavian nations Norway and Sweden. The single "Natteravn" charted in both of the nearby Nordic countries. Seebach's sophomore effort was called "Mer' end kærlighed", which came out in the fall of 2011. Seebach collaborated with famed American musician Lionel Richie in 2012. He sang on a duet called "Say You, Say Me" with Richie. The track was on Richie's 10th album "Tuskegee".

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