Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber will make a duet for the first time for a good cause

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Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande


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Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber announced this Friday that it will publish a song joint the next week, with the title , and whose profits will go to charitable causes to the families of the health professionals affected by the coronavirus.

‘The benefits of the reproductions and the sales will be donated to the organization , which funds grants and scholarships for the children of the professionals of health, safety and emergency working during this global pandemic’, he explained it Great in his profile of Instagram.

Although the song will be released next may 8, Bieber moved that the instrumental version of the theme will be available this weekend for the public to ‘be able to be a part of this’, without giving more details.

The release of the song comes two months after Bieber released his album ‘Changes’, which was to be accompanied by a tour that has had to be cancelled for the coronavirus.

For its part, Big has joined several campaigns to try to mitigate the effects that is producing the crisis of the coronavirus.

As an example, last week joined a charity initiative, ‘We’ve Got You Covered’, that sell masks custom and inspired by artists of pop to raise funds.

Also, the author of ‘thank u’, ‘next’ would have accessed web pages and forums where they interact with their followers, some of whom told stories of their financial problems.

Several ‘fans’ said that they received money from the same account after that Big read your messages, with donations that would go from 500 dollars to 1500 depending on the severity of the situation.

Musically, in addition to his collaboration with Bieber, Grande will appear in a song in the next album of Lady Gaga.

In addition, it was nominated for album of the year and record of the year at the Grammy awards that finally got Billie Eilish.

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