Forever and a Day

Album: Here I Am (International Edition) (2010)
Charted: 49
  • This haunting electro ballad is the fourth US single by Kelly Rowland from her self-titled album. The song was co- produced by David Guetta, who previously collaborated with Rowland on the singles, "When Love Takes Over" and "Commander." Another producer called Jonas also has a production credit. Sam Watters and Andre Merrit wrote the track.
  • The single was premiered on BBC Radio 1 on August 18, 2010 where it was announced as Rowland's second UK single from the album following on from "Commander."
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