Danish singer Bryan Rice, who is a former Dansk Melodi Grand Prix participant and Eurovision Song Contest spokesperson, has released his new single Hear me as I am, the title track to his forthcoming fifth album.
Bryan Rice describes the overall theme of Hear me as I am as being that of avoiding unnecessary misunderstandings and hurt feelings by being better at listening to each other rather than judging by what others may say or think.
Listen to the song here:
You can download the song here.
Bryan performed Hear me as I am for the first time at the Make A Wish Foundation Gala dinner, which took place earlier this week. Basim, who represented Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, also performed at the event as did the singer/songwriter and music producer Rasmus Seebach, the son of the late Danish Eurovision/Dansk Melodi Grand Prix veteran Tommy Seebach.
Bryan Rice finished in second place of the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2010 with his song Breathing, his first experience in the competition as a solo performer, having previously entered as a co-writer. The contest was won by Chanée and N’evergreen, who secured the right to represent Denmark at the Oslo-hosted Eurovision Song Contest of 2010 with In a moment like this. Bryan Rice would go on to read the Danish votes at the Eurovision Grand Final of that year.
Bryan most recently entered the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix this year, with his entry I choose u being one of ten finalists. Basim was to emerge victorious with Cliché love song, which would go on to finish in ninth place at the grand final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with a total of 74 points.
Check out Bryan Rice’s official website at www.bryanrice.com, which contains links to his social media pages.