Forevermore (David Archuleta album)

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Studio album by David Archuleta
Released March 26, 2012 (2012-03-26)
Recorded February 9-13, 2012[1]
Genre Pop, OPM
Length 1:00:29
Label Ivory Music & Video
David Archuleta chronology
The Other Side of Down
(2010)The Other Side of Down2010
Singles from Forevermore
  1. "Forevermore"
    Released: March 15, 2012
  2. "Nandito Ako"
    Released: March 15, 2012
  3. "I'll Never Go"
    Released: June 24, 2012
  4. "Rainbow (Remix)"
    Released: November 2012

Forevermore is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter David Archuleta. The album is composed of covers of Filipino songs and was released on March 26, 2012 exclusively in the Philippines.[2] This is Archuleta's first Original Pilipino Music (OPM) album.

Album information[edit]

The album was released on March 26, 2012, under the exclusive licensee and distributor of Sony Music products in the Philippines, Ivory Music and Video. International fans are able to purchase the physical album from the official website of Archuleta or download them digitally from MyMusicStore International, a music store website based in the Philippines.[citation needed] The album became available on ITunes Stores worldwide on April 18, 2012, but was later removed from the store on April 23, for unknown reasons.[3]

The album also contains four bonus tracks, including the song "Nandito Ako" from the mini-series of the same name.

The album received a Gold Record Award.[4]

An expanded edition of the album came out in November 2012.[citation needed]


Both "Forevermore" and "Nandito Ako” were released both as official singles from the album, and became available as a digital download on March 15, 2012. "Forevermore" also received an official music video. Late in June, it was announced that "I'll Never Go" would be released as the album's second single. On June 11, Ivory Music & Video released a 33-second preview of the official music video for the song, which premiered on June 24.[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Forevermore" Joey Benin Jimmy Antiporda 4:50
2. "Rainbow" Jay Durias, Sharon Inductivo Durias 5:26
3. "I'll Never Go" Frank Singcol Antiporda 4:19
4. "You Are My Song" Louie Ocampo, Martin Nievera Antiporda 4:04
5. "Hold On" Jocel Jimenez Antiporda 4:49
6. "Wherever You Are" Vince Alaras Durias 4:55
7. "Maybe" Antiporda, Jamie Rivera Antiporda 4:36
8. "Tell Me" Ocampo, Alan Peter Ayque Antiporda 3:49
9. "Reaching Out" Cecil Azarcon Antiporda 3:54