The superstars of pop Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande will be joined for the first time in a duo that will fund scholarships for the children of health care workers and emergency who are in the front line of the pandemic coronavirus.
The duo, called Stuck With Uwill be launched on the 8th of may, announced the two singers yesterday on Instagram, where together they have about 316 million followers.
All net income of the transmission and the sales will be donated to the First Responders Children’s Foundation to fund grants and scholarships for the children of those who work during the pandemic.
Bieber, of 26 years, and Large, also of 26, two of the young singers are more successful in the united States with songs such as Love Yourself and Thank U, Next, have never recorded a song together.
“We hope to make a big difference with this,” said Grande in a statement.
“I want to see them have fun in quarantine. This is the song of graduation for all those who can’t go to the dance now,” said Bieber in his account of Instagram.
“Tweet your videos using #stuckwithu or #stuckwithuvideo of you, with your party dresses or suits with your loved ones while having fun or dancing to the instrumental. If you do not have that, have fun with your loved ones… We will be editing this weekend. Get the instrumental here: stuckwithu.com” he added in his post the singer.
The single is the first in the series of Scooter Braun, who represents both singers, that will benefit charitable organizations during the year, said Braun. (E)