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"He Could Be the One"
Single by Hannah Montana
from the album Hannah Montana 3
Released June 12, 2009 (2009-06-12)
(see release history)
Format Airplay, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop rock, synthpop
Length 3:00
Label Walt Disney
Writer(s) Kara DioGuardi, Mitch Allan
Producer Mitch Allan, Kara DioGuardi
Hannah Montana singles chronology
"Ice Cream Freeze (Let's Chill)"
"He Could Be the One"
"Don't Wanna Be Torn"
Music video
"He Could Be the One" Music Video on Disney Channel's Official YouTube

"He Could Be the One" is a song by Hannah Montana from the album Hannah Montana 3. The song was released to Radio Disney on June 12, 2009 and wasn't released digitally or physically until released with the album release on July 7, 2009.[1] A promotional music video was released the same day.[2]



"He Could Be the One" was originally premiered on Radio Disney to promote an hour long Hannah Montana event, titled after the song. On the track, Cyrus (as Montana) sings about love. She has a crush and claims that the attraction is deeper and more "special", by singing the lines: "he's got something special, he's got something special, and when's he's lookin' at me I wanna get all sentimental".

"He Could Be the One" has a similar up-tempo synth-pop composition like "Let's Get Crazy" and "Let's Do This". The song has a moderate synth-dance-rock groove and it is composed in the key of E major with a tempo of 132 beats per minute.[3]

Promotion and critical reception

Miley Stewart (Cyrus) performing "He Could Be the One" to Leslie "Jake" Ryan (Linley) on her deck on a excerpt from the episode, "He Could Be the One" with an acoustic guitar.

The single, received airplay on Radio Disney. And it was used during and to promote an hour-long episode of Hannah Montana, titled the same, that aired July 5, 2009.[4] A promotional music video was released on Disney Channel the same night that contained clips from the episode.[2] It was also used as background music and a song which the contestants had to guess in Hannah Montana: Sing Whaaat?, a television commercial-segment game show used to promote the album.[5]

Montana (Cyrus) and Jesse (Roy) writing "He Could Be the One" in the story using a keyboard. liked the song and commented: "the musical reference that immediately comes to mind is Shania Twain (listen to "He Could Be the One") especially with Cyrus' slight twang and husky voice. Throw in a little Gwen Stefani, Joan Jett, and Avril Lavigne, produce it with some fizzy Radio Disney pop rock, and voila, Hannah Montana!"[6]

Music video

The music video for "He Could Be the One" was released to Disney Channel on June 12, 2009 in order to promote the episode in which it was first featured. The video features montages of several Hannah Montana episodes in which Cody Linley, in his character Leslie "Jake" Ryan has guest starred. It also features Drew Roy's character, Jesse, a "bad boy" guitar player in which she makes a small love interest in the episode.

Formats and tracklistings

# Title Length
1. "He Could Be the One" (Album Version) 3:00
2. "He Could Be the One" (Video Edit) 1:31

Chart performance

The song garnered success post-release of album it's featured on, Hannah Montana 3. "He Could Be the One" debuted and peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100[7].In its second week, the song fell to no. 6, digitally and therefor fell to no. 23 in the Hot 100. The song debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 at number 97.[8] Though, the week after "He Could Be the One" completely fell from the chart.[9] "He Could Be the One" is Hannah Montana's highest chart effort (beating her previous best charting effort, "Life's What You Make It"), first top ten chart entry, and highest debut, internationally.



Chart (2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[7] 10
Canadian Hot 100 97

Release history

Region Date Label Formats
United States June 12, 2009 Walt Disney Records Radio Disney
July 7, 2009 Digital Download

Credits and personel



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