1:17 pm - 04/22/2012
Kato Miliyah to sing Coca-Cola’s Japanese campaign song for 2012 London Olympics
On April 21st, it was revealed that popular singer Kato Miliyah (23) will be singing Coca-Cola’s campaign song, “HEART BEAT”, for the 2012 London Olympics!
This original Japanese campaign song has also been unveiled to be inspired by producer Mark Ronson’s “Anywhere in the World”, the global campaign song for this year’s summer Olympics. Kato described this campaign song with, “It’s a song that would want to make one dance. I think it would give this energy for this year’s athletes as well.”
It was also revealed that m-flo’s Taku took charge as the producer of this song. It was said that he was inspired by Coca-Cola’s 2012 Olympic campaign slogan, “MOVE TO THE BEAT” and used a positive, energetic, and powerful beat for this campaign song.
Furthermore, it was also unveiled that Kato will be making a live performance of “HEART BEAT” at Coca-Cola’s Olympic event, ‘Coca-Cola London Challenge’ on the 22nd in Osaka.
Good for her!
Sources: MSN News & Tokyohive