Love Forever

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"Love Forever"
Miliyah Kato- Love Forever (CDOnly).jpg
Single by Miliyah Kato featuring Shota Shimizu
from the album Ring
Released May 13, 2009 (Japan)
Format CD Single, Digital Download
Recorded 2009
Genre R&B, J-Pop
Label Sony Music Entertainment Japan
Writer(s) Shota Shimizu, Miliyah
Miliyah Kato featuring Shota Shimizu singles chronology
"20: Cry"
"Love Forever"
Alternative cover
CD + DVD cover
CD + DVD cover

"Love Forever" is Miliyah Kato's 15th single, released on May 13, 2009. It is a collaboration between fellow R&B/J-Pop singer Shota Shimizu, with whom Kato has previously collaborated with on the song "I'm Your Angel" from the album Tribute to Celine Dion.

On its first day the single debuted at #6. Three days later it would reach #1 and remain there for the rest of the week, becoming Kato's first single to reach #1 on the Oricon Daily Charts. The single would go on to debut at #5 on the Oricon Weekly Charts with first week sales of 34,094 copies, earning Kato her first Top 5 single and fourth Top 10. Within two weeks after its release, "Love Forever" became Kato's best selling single to date.

Track #3 is a cover of R. Kelly and Céline Dion's 1998 hit of the same name.

The single is certified Gold for shipment of 100,000 copies in Japan .

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Arrangement Length
1. "Love Forever (Miliyah Kato × Shota Shimizu)" Shota Shimizu, Miliyah 3rd Productions  
2. "Looking Your Eyes" Shota Shimizu, Miliyah Manaboon  
3. "I'm Your Angel" R. Kelly 3rd Productions  
4. "Love Forever" (Instrumental)      
No. Title Length
1. "Love Forever" (Music Video)  


Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
May 13, 2009 Oricon Daily Charts 1
Oricon Weekly Charts 5 34,094 90,171 14 Weeks
Oricon Monthly Charts 13
Oricon Yearly Charts 70

Chart procession and succession[edit]

Preceded by
"Ashita ga Kuru Nara" by Juju with Jay'ed
Billboard Japan Hot 100 number one single
May 25, 2009
Succeeded by
"Keshin" by Masaharu Fukuyama