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Nicolaj Rasted

Nicolaj Bredkjær Rasted
Birth name Nicolaj Bredkjær Rasted
Born (1985-08-05) 5 August 1985 (age 28)
Origin Denmark
Genres Pop
Occupations Musician, Producer
Instruments Keyboard, vocals
Years active 2004-present
Associated acts Hej Matematik
Website [1]

Nicolaj Bredkjær Rasted (born 5 August 1985) is a Danish musician and producer. He is a member of Hej Matematik.


Musical career

Nicolaj Rasted is a member of the Danish popduo Hej Matematik with his uncle Søren Rasted. Their #1 album "Vi Burde Ses Noget Mere" ("We should meet more often") includes hits like: "Gymnastik", "Centerpubben", "Du & Jeg" and "Walkmand". The song "Walkmand" was named the hit of the year at the 2008 Zulu Awards,[1] going platinum in 2009. Hej Matematik was nominated for a number of awards at the Danish Music Awards and became one of the most sold Danish records of 2008.

Rasted's musical career began in Spring, 2006 when he started in the recording studio "The Lobby" which is jointly owned by Søren Rasted and Claus Norréen. Nicolaj Rasted was involved in recording the vocals for Disappear, which was performed by the German group No Angels at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 in Belgrade, Serbia. Rasted also worked as a co-producer on a number of songs on the debut album of the Danish X-Factor winner, Martin.[2]

Nicolaj Rasted is currently on tour with Hej Matematik.[3]


with Hej Matematik (2007–present)

2007 Gymnastik
2007 Centerpubben
2008 Du og Jeg
2008 Walkmand
2008 Vi Burde Ses Noget Mere
2008 Vi Burde Ses Noget Mere; Incl. 'Walkmand'
2009 Party I Provinsen
2010 Alt Går Op I 6 (upcoming, Jan 25th 2010)

See also

External links

  • [2] Hej Matematik Official MySpace
  • [3] Hej Matematik Official Website
  • Aquarama (Discography & Lyrics)


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