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- Song Name: It’s a Beautiful Day
- Artist Name / Band Name: Michael Bublé
- Produced By: Bob Rock
- Album Name: To Be Loved
- Release Date: February 25, 2013
- Genre: Pop
- Record Label: 143, Reprise
- Written By: Alan Chang, Amy Foster-Gillies & Michael Bublé
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Michael Bublé – It’s A Beautiful Day Review
The popular Canadian crooner is back after more than three years of absence in top regular album charts. Michael Bublé is set to release his new studio album called ‘To Be Loved’ in April.
Although the 37-year old jazz singer released a Christmas CD in 2011, his followers are still longing for a new regular album that contains songs that made him a popular name.
‘It’s a Beautiful Day’ is the first single released from that upcoming album. The sunny song gives a hint of that can be expected from the album. According to some fans, the track literally picks up from where a past song ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ has left off.
The lyrics are interesting. Bublé meets a girl who just wants friendship although he is vocal in his intentions. If the other song could easily crossover to contemporary hit radio, this song could also do it, and maybe do more.
It has all the elements of a huge selling single and a massive hit turning to become an adult contemporary song. Music critics and fans have more than enough reasons to rave about this latest offering from Bublé.