The song was released only in the Philippines and South Korea. The concept behind the composition of "Always You" is about being able to fight in a battle of life because of the strength given by someone's inspiration. The song was released on Mother's Day of May as a tribute to Zyrus's mother. The music video features Zyrus alongside his mother Raquel. Photos of him and his mother can be seen in some clips of the video.
Charice is the first international studio album and third overall release by Filipino pop singer Jake Zyrus. It was released on May 11, , under Reprise Records , making him the third Filipino singer to be signed on an international record label, [ citation needed ] the first being Lea Salonga on Atlantic Records in and Regine Velasquez on Mercury Records in It was released prior to Zyrus' gender transition thus the eponymous album is credited under his former name, Charice. The album, immediately upon release in the United States, debuted at number eight on the Billboard , making Zyrus the first Asian artist to reach the top 10 on the chart solo. The lead single, " Pyramid ", featuring Iyaz , was released as the second and last single from the album on March 2, Mikael Wood from the Los Angeles Times gave the album a mixed review, saying that it "darts somewhat haphazardly from sleek dance-pop tunes AllMusic 's Andy Kellman gave it 3 out of 5 stars and wrote "As a showcase for a teenage powerhouse vocalist, Charice Zyrus' former name does succeed, but a more balanced mix of heart-heavy and upbeat material would have made the desired Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey comparisons more accurate". Billboard gave the album a generally positive review, noting that "the set's stylistic shifts--from teen-oriented pop to a touch of rock "In Love So Deep" to anthemic ballads—ultimately leaves you wondering just which audience Charice is eyeing: her teen peers or their moms," before concluding that "Though it doesn't hit on all cylinders, the album leaves no doubt as to Charice's talent--and promising future.
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