Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ / Your Color

Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ / Your Color was BoA’s 20th single. It was released on April 5, 2006 and reached number 3 on the charts with 36,054 copies sold. In all this single has sold over 90,123+ copies. This single was also the first single in BoA’s MADE IN TWENTY(20) Era.

Tracks:
1. Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~
2. Your Color
3. Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ (TV MIX)
4. Your Color (TV MIX)

Review:
Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ lit. Tomorrow Colored with the Seven Prismatic Colours ~brand new beat~. The first word that comes to mind is pop. Not just regular pop but this is kind of that generic pop, all happy, upbeat, sugary pop. There’s a bit of English here, which makes the song a bit better. The verses sound great as BoA’s vocals sound so relaxed and peaceful. The chorus here is the best part of this song. It’s upbeat and catchy, and uses some English. A fantastic song by itself.

Your Color, the mirror opposite. After that nice happy song it’s time for a moving ballad. The song begins with some snaps and some piano keys and BoA singing. BoA sings the verses with some power in that voice of hers. The chorus is so beautiful and is filled with emotion and power. It’s not that catchy but it’s still so uplifting and magnificent.

Overall Review: Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ / Your Color was an amazing single. It had two mirror opposites, a sugary pop song with a powerful ballad, this has been done before but it sounds so natural and wonderful here. The first song was great and easy on the ears, the second was profound and inspiring. There couldn’t be a better combination of songs. This was the best way to begin the MADE IN TWENTY(20) Era.

Final Grade: 98A+

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2 Responses to “Nanairo no Ashita ~brand new beat~ / Your Color”
  1. chibon says:

    Your Color is one of her best ballads, IMO. I grew to love it even more than Nanairo no Ashita but the latter is catchier, which makes it a better A-side, i guess.

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