Koi Shiyou♪

Koi Shiyou♪ was Leah Dizon’s 2nd single. It was released on May 30, 2006 and reached number 7 on the charts with 22,597 copies sold. In all this single has sold over 49,251+ copies and has become her best selling single so far. This was also her second single in her Destiny Line Era. A remix was released by Yasutaka Nakata of Capsule two months later.

1. Koi Shiyou♪
2. Could you be that one?
3. Aishiteru~Love Story

Koi Shiyou♪, lit. Let’s Love, the grooving, up-tempo dance song. This song starts off a mid-paced. Leah’s vocals sound so good here. But they’re somewhat slow, I think it would’ve been better if they were faster. The chorus is pretty catchy, but it’s too slow, not a good dance song chorus. But the instrumentals are still great. Don’t get me wrong, the song is still great, but if the overall song was faster, it would’ve been a bit better. It’s still a fantastic song though.

Could you be that one? the faster more upbeat dance song. This song seems to begin a lot better than the A-Side itself. It’s faster paced and it sounds a bit better. The chorus sounds great, and the vocals are an improvement. I also love how good the English sounds. This is such a great B-Side.

Aishiteru~Love Story lit. I Love You~Love Story, the R&B love song. This song is a pretty good example of an R&B love song. Throughout the song English verses can be heard and they sound good surprisingly. The chorus here was so-so though, not the best. This is purely B-Side material.

Overall Review: Koi Shiyou♪ was another riveting single from Leah Dizon. The A-Side was great followed by some surprisingly good B-Sides. Not a bad single for her album Destiny Line.

Final Grade: 94A-


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