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is the seventh Japanese-language studio album (tenth overall) by Japanese–American recording artist Utada Hikaru. It was released on June 27, 2018, as their first album under Sony Music Japan sublabel Epic Records Japan. The release coincided with the commemoration of their 20th Anniversary as an artist in Japan. A national tour was announced to support the album in November 2018. The five previously-released songs were confirmed in the album track list, for a total of twelve songs, including the title track "Hatsukoi" and the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai". A 2 LP vinyl version was released on November 7, 2018, at the request of their fans. The album was their first vinyl release in 16 years since Deep River. It has a different mastering by Chris Bellman of Bernie Grundman Mastering Hollywood and a limited serial number. The album debuted at #1 in 6 different digital stores in Japan. Internationally, the album reached the peak in 7 different countries in the i Tunes store, such as Finland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and New Zealand. The album peaked at #4 in the United States, #5 in Canada, Mexico and Australia, #2 in Spain and Brazil, #9 in France and #11 in the United Kingdom. The album charted in top 10 in 22 different countries and charted for a total of 32 countries. In Japan, the album debuted at #1 in Oricon daily chart, selling more than 79,000 copies in the first day alone. It maintained the #1 spot on the second day selling more than 50,000 copies. According to Billboard Weekly, the album sold 204,000 copies in the first week physically and 38,000 digitally. Although the album did not receive any live performances prior to its release, it was set to spawn up to five singles prior to its release; of which all five reached the top 10 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. Two performances were performed on Japanese TV: On June 30, 2018, they performed "Play a Love Song", "Anata" and "Hatsukoi" at NHK's SONGS. On July 14, they performed "Hatsukoi" at TBS's Ongaku no Hi 2018. A TV documentary produced by NHK showing Utada's recording and producing process of the album was aired on June 16. The album's second single "Forevermore" was released as a digital download on July 28, along with its music video. The song was used as a tie-in for the TBS dorama Gomen, Aishiteru, their first single used in a drama of a commercial TV station since "Eternally - Drama Mix-" in 2008. On 8 December 2017, the album's third single "Anata" was released as a digital download along with its corresponding promotional music video. The song was used as a tie-in for the movie Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura, Shortly afterwards, the album's fifth single and title track "Hatsukoi" was released on May 30. The song has been used in the dorama Hana Nochi Hare ~Hanadan Next Season~ as an image song. It is the second song Utada delivers to the Hana Yori Dango drama series, after "Flavor of Life" in 2007. "Too Proud" was announced as a single in November 6, 2018. A remix of the song, called Too Proud featuring XZT, Suboi, EK (L1 Remix), was released as the A-side featuring Asian rappers XZT, Suboi and EK, each one singing in their first language. It coincides with the first date of Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018. All songs are written, composed and arranged by Utada Hikaru, except "Too Proud" (composed by Utada & Ellis Jevon and arranged by Utada & Nariaki Obukuro) and "Phakchi no Uta" (composed by Utada & Nariaki Obukuro). Strings arrangement by Simon Hale in songs 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11 and 12. is the seventh Japanese-language studio album (tenth overall) by Japanese–American recording artist Utada Hikaru. It was released on June 27, 2018, as their first album under Sony Music Japan sublabel Epic Records Japan. The release coincided with the commemoration of their 20th Anniversary as an artist in Japan. A national tour was announced to support the album in November 2018. The five previously-released songs were confirmed in the album track list, for a total of twelve songs, including the title track "Hatsukoi" and the Kingdom Hearts III theme song "Chikai". A 2 LP vinyl version was released on November 7, 2018, at the request of their fans. The album was their first vinyl release in 16 years since Deep River. It has a different mastering by Chris Bellman of Bernie Grundman Mastering Hollywood and a limited serial number. The album debuted at #1 in 6 different digital stores in Japan. Internationally, the album reached the peak in 7 different countries in the i Tunes store, such as Finland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and New Zealand. The album peaked at #4 in the United States, #5 in Canada, Mexico and Australia, #2 in Spain and Brazil, #9 in France and #11 in the United Kingdom. The album charted in top 10 in 22 different countries and charted for a total of 32 countries. In Japan, the album debuted at #1 in Oricon daily chart, selling more than 79,000 copies in the first day alone. It maintained the #1 spot on the second day selling more than 50,000 copies. According to Billboard Weekly, the album sold 204,000 copies in the first week physically and 38,000 digitally. Although the album did not receive any live performances prior to its release, it was set to spawn up to five singles prior to its release; of which all five reached the top 10 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. Two performances were performed on Japanese TV: On June 30, 2018, they performed "Play a Love Song", "Anata" and "Hatsukoi" at NHK's SONGS. On July 14, they performed "Hatsukoi" at TBS's Ongaku no Hi 2018. A TV documentary produced by NHK showing Utada's recording and producing process of the album was aired on June 16. The album's second single "Forevermore" was released as a digital download on July 28, along with its music video. The song was used as a tie-in for the TBS dorama Gomen, Aishiteru, their first single used in a drama of a commercial TV station since "Eternally - Drama Mix-" in 2008. On 8 December 2017, the album's third single "Anata" was released as a digital download along with its corresponding promotional music video. The song was used as a tie-in for the movie Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura, Shortly afterwards, the album's fifth single and title track "Hatsukoi" was released on May 30. The song has been used in the dorama Hana Nochi Hare ~Hanadan Next Season~ as an image song. It is the second song Utada delivers to the Hana Yori Dango drama series, after "Flavor of Life" in 2007. "Too Proud" was announced as a single in November 6, 2018. A remix of the song, called Too Proud featuring XZT, Suboi, EK (L1 Remix), was released as the A-side featuring Asian rappers XZT, Suboi and EK, each one singing in their first language. It coincides with the first date of Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018. All songs are written, composed and arranged by Utada Hikaru, except "Too Proud" (composed by Utada & Ellis Jevon and arranged by Utada & Nariaki Obukuro) and "Phakchi no Uta" (composed by Utada & Nariaki Obukuro). Strings arrangement by Simon Hale in songs 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11 and 12.

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