“I wouldn’t say that I sound better than the original singers because the singers here are so amazing. But I would hope that I could pay tribute to them with this album,” said Archuleta previously.
Forevermore has been in stores since the spring.
In addition, the former American Idol runner-up is preparing a new album called, BEGIN, for which he’s planning to re-record singles by artists like Christina Aguilera, Sarah McLachlan, Cyndi Lauper and U2.
Along with the cover songs, there is one new song called “Broken” which Archuleta wrote himself.
David Archuleta’s latest musical project has him tackling a classic Filipino tune…
The 21-year-old half-Honduran/half-Spanish singer and former American Idol runner-up—who recently made his TV acting debut in the Phillipines—has just released a music video to support his latest single “Forevermore.”
The clip features footage of Archuleta singing the song to the camera in a simple setting.
The track appears on Archuleta’s latest CD of the same name, Forevermore. It’s a collection of original Filipino classic love songs written in English and composed by some of the Philippines’ renowned songwriters like Ogie Alcasid, Louie Ocampo, Jimmy Antiporda and Cecil Azarcon.
“I wouldn’t say that I sound better than the original singers because the singers here are so amazing. But I would hope that I could pay tribute to them with this album,” Archuleta has said.