|"Time to Love"|
|Single by Ivi Adamou & Marsal Ventura|
|Released||5 March 2013|
|Label||Sony Music Greece, Sony Music Spain & LaDans|
|Songwriter(s)||Marsal Ventura, Ivan Torrent, Jordi Garrido|
|Ivi Adamou singles chronology|
"Time to Love" is a 2013 pop and dance song by the Greek-Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou with the Spanish DJ Marsal Ventura.It was announced that the song would be released in February 2013. In mid-February Ivi announced through her Facebook page that the song would be released on 27 February 2013 at Flaix FM and will be on sale on 5 March. A teaser of the song was released on 21 February.
The song was released on 27 February 2013 through the Spanish radio Flaix FM. The song is available for download on 5 March 2013. Few minutes after the songs was played in the radio a lyric video was uploaded in Marsal's official channel.
The single was released in Spain, Greece and Cyprus on 5 March.Later, on 19 April, it was released in Russia, Sweden, Norway and the United Kingdom.
|Greece||March 5, 2013||Digital download||Sony Music Greece|
|Spain||Sony Music Spain & LaDans|
|Norway||April 19, 2013||Sony Music|
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