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Warner Bros.This Sunday marks the 33rd anniversary of the release of Prince's iconic 1984 album Purple Rain, and today sees the release of the deluxe edition and the deluxe expanded edition of the album. 

As previously reported, the Purple Rain deluxe edition includes two CDs: the original album and a second CD of previously unreleased tracks.  

As for the Purple Rain Deluxe -- Expanded Edition set, fans will get the two CDs that come with the deluxe version, plus a third CD of single edits and B-sides, and a DVD of Prince & The Revolution performing at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY, on March 30, 1985 on the Purple Rain tour.

Purple Rain is the sixth best-selling movie soundtrack album in history, having sold more than 22 million units.  

Here are the track lists for both editions: 

Purple Rain Deluxe

Disc One: Original Album (2015 Paisley Park Remaster)
"Let's Go Crazy"
"Take Me With U"
"The Beautiful Ones"
"Computer Blue"
"Darling Nikki"
"When Doves Cry"
"I Would Die 4 U"
"Baby I'm A Star"
"Purple Rain"

Disc Two: From The Vault & Previously Unreleased
"The Dance Electric"
"Love and Sex" 
"Computer Blue" ("Hallway Speech" version)
"Electric Intercourse" (studio)
"Our Destiny / Roadhouse Garden"
"Possessed" (1983 version)
"Wonderful A**"
"Velvet Kitty Cat"
"Katrina's Paper Dolls"
"We Can F***"
"Father's Song"

Purple Rain Deluxe - Expanded Edition
Includes Disc One and Disc Two as Listed Above, plus:

Disc Three: Single Edits & B-Sides
"When Doves Cry" (edit)
"17 Days"
"Let's Go Crazy" (edit)
"Let's Go Crazy" (Special Dance Mix)
"Erotic City"
"Erotic City" ("Make Love Not War Erotic City Come Alive") 
"Purple Rain" (edit)
"God" (Love Theme From Purple Rain)
"Another Lonely Christmas"
"Another Lonely Christmas" (extended version)
"I Would Die 4 U" (edit)
"I Would Die 4 U" (extended version)
"Baby I'm A Star" (edit)
"Take Me With U" (edit)

DVD: Prince And The Revolution, Live at the Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY, March 30, 1985
"Let's Go Crazy"
"Little Red Corvette" 
"Take Me With U"
"Do Me, Baby"
"Irresistible B****"
"How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?"
"Let's Pretend We're Married"
"International Lover"
"Computer Blue"
"Darling Nikki" 
"The Beautiful Ones"
"When Doves Cry"
"I Would Die 4 U"
"Baby I'm A Star"
"Purple Rain" 

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Monty Brinton/CBSOne of the highlights of this year's Grammy Awards was Bruno Mars' tribute to Prince.  Dressed as the late legend, Bruno performed one of Prince's biggest hits, "Let's Go Crazy," with his band.  To mark the 33rd anniversary of the release of Prince's album Purple Rain this Sunday, Bruno is offering fans a behind-the-scenes look at that performance.

In newly released rehearsal footage of the "Let's Go Crazy" performance, Bruno and the band are shown bathed in purple light and dressed in street clothes, while Bruno is playing the same Prince-inspired guitar he rocked during the actual performance.

Bruno will open the BET Awards this Sunday night, but it's not known what he'll perform.  Meanwhile, newly released deluxe and deluxe expanded editions of Purple Rain are in stores now.

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Rob ThackerDavid Cook is back with a new single and, coming this fall, a new EP.

The single, "Gimme Hearbreak," is now available at all digital providers.  David says in a statement, "[It] feels like a new chapter to me.  New direction, new energy.  A new sound that I'm excited to share and build on."

The American Idol season seven champ is also  once againteaming with PledgeMusic for his new EP, due for release this fall.  If you pre-order it, you can access exclusive goodies, content and experiences, depending how much you're willing to cough up. 

The usual album and t-shirt bundles are available, but for $1,000 bucks, you'll get an executive producer credit on the EP.  $2,500 will get you a new guitar autographed by David, and if you've got $40,000 to spare, David and his band will come and perform a private acoustic show for you.

The Missouri-raised singer-songwriter, who now calls Nashville home, will kick off a tour June 29 in Cincinnati.  It wraps up September 23 in Ft. Lauderdale.

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ABC/Heidi GutmanAfter Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony, the group went from a five-piece to a quartet, and fans began speculating that perhaps the girls should change their name, since there was no longer a fifth member.  But it turns out the group HAS a fifth member already: you.

Speaking to MTV News, Dinah Jane explains that they decided against a name change, noting "The fans named us Fifth Harmony, and now they're the fifth member."

Lauren Jauregui adds, "It was obviously, I feel like, a thought [people had], just because...there's four of us and not five.  But we were all very united in the fact that we didn't want to change our name."

"We felt, like, within ourselves, 'No, Fifth Harmony is the name we grew with, and we've worked for and it's our brand.  It's who we are, it's our whole entire moment.' It's what we spent five years on, y'know?"

Fifth Harmony recently released their first single as a quartet: "Down," featuring Gucci Mane.

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Brian ZiffHalsey is nothing if not outspoken. In an interview with the U.K. paper The Guardian, the singer dismisses rapper Iggy Azalea as a "f***ing moron."

The comment came up as part of a discussion about why Halsey -- who describes herself as "queer" and whose album includes a love duet with bisexual fellow pop star Lauren Jauregui -- would collaborate with Migos rapper Quavo, given his controversial comments about homosexuality.

"I think he’s misunderstood,” she says. "Just because I choose to be a socially conscious artist, and I’m pretty good at it, that doesn’t mean every artist is going to be equipped to be politically correct...I can’t police everybody.”

When the interviewer argues that in fact, she can police the artists she chooses to feature on her albums, she lets loose on Iggy.

“Yes, I can,” says Halsey. “And there’s a lot of people I wouldn’t put on my record. Iggy Azalea: absolutely not. She had a complete disregard for black culture. F***ng moron. I watched her career dissolve and it fascinated me.”

Halsey herself is biracial, though she often is accused of lying about it.

Halsey has since taken to Twitter to apologize about including Quavo on the record.  She tweeted, "Honestly? I didn't know that Quavo had made homophobic comments when I collaborated him. We've never spoken a word to each other." 

When a fan took her to task, saying, "why would you defend a rapper you've 'never spoken a word to' regarding lgbt issues when you half of your fan base are lgbt?" Halsey replied, "I think thats an important point. I AM queer & I TRY to be understanding & want people to be educated. But im truly sorry for my misjudgment."

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Neal Preston/Queen Productions Ltd.Adam Lambert kicks off a tour with Queen tonight, but he hasn't forgotten about his solo career.

The singer has announced that he has a brand-new single coming next Friday, called "Two Fux" -- that's spelled "F-U-X."  He's also posted a brief clip of the song, which features him singing, "Right here, right here, right here/'N imma stay right here."  Then, a guitar part that sounds suspiciously like Queen guitarist Brian May kicks in.

It's not clear if this is a single from an upcoming album, or just a standalone.  In addition to this summer's tour, Adam will also be touring with Queen in 2018 in February and March.


#TWOFUX out 6.30.17 #namasterighthere pic.twitter.com/8JPPjzTnys

— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 23, 2017


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Disruptor/Columbia/ParlophoneColdplay will release a new EP called Kaleidoscope on July 14, so it's only fitting that a kaleidoscope would play a big part in a new video for the group's collaboration with The Chainsmokers, "Something Just Like This."

In the clip, a small boy wearing a superhero outfit -- the same one who appears on the single artwork for the track -- finds a kaleidoscope under his bed.  As he looks through it, we see concert footage from both Coldplay and The Chainsmokers performing the song live, refracted as through though a kaleidoscope. At the end of the clip, the kid falls back onto his bed and starts laughing as confetti pours down on him.

The version of the song used for the video is the "Tokyo Remix," and some of the performance footage was indeed filmed in Tokyo. The "Tokyo Remix" is included on the Kaleidoscope EP.

The original version of "Something Just Like This" is included on the Chainsmokers' Memories...Do Not Open.

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Image Group LA/ABCTwenty One Pilots has one billion reasons to not care what you think. The video for the duo's breakthrough hit, "Stressed Out," has reached one billion views on YouTube.

The nostalgic clip finds Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun reliving their childhood by riding trikes, drinking juice boxes at jamming at each other's houses before a demonic presence reminds that they have to "wake up, you need to make money."

"Stressed Out" is the 66th video to join the YouTube billion-views club. The most-viewed music video on YouTube remains South Korean rapper Psy's "Gangnam Style," which currently has 2.8 billion views.

Twenty One Pilots is currently in the middle of their Tour de Columbus, a five-show residency in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio. The run will conclude June 25 at the city's Schottenstein Center.

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BusinessWireLooks like a lot of people were inspired to shell out money at Starbucks for colorful, Lady Gaga-approved drinks. 

Her #CupsofKindness charity initiative -- which involved sales of four custom drinks she created -- has raised $250,000 for her Born This Way Foundation.  Now, she's raising even more money through another partnership with a major brand.

Gaga is teaming up with Staples to raise money for both her Born This Way Foundation and for DonorsChoose.org, which funds classroom projects for teachers.  As part of the partnership, Staples will donate $1 million to the Foundation, and to DonorsChoose. The Staples for Students program will promote kindness in schools nationwide, and make sure that teacher and kids have the resources they need.

Gaga will also star in a PSA emphasizing the need to support for students and teachers. 

"Classrooms that are positive and welcoming are classrooms where students can discover their passions and unlock their full potential," she says in a statement. "...Kindness is one of the most important and most impactful values we can instill in students."

Gaga and Staples, which is also sponsoring her Joanne tour, are offering students the chance to win a $50,000 scholarship, as well as a trip to Vegas to meet the singer and watch her in concert.  The Staples for Students Sweepstakes starts Sunday, June 25 at StaplesForStudents.org.

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ABC/Ida Mae AstuteAnother career milestone for Ed Sheeran is scheduled for this weekend: Sunday night, he'll be headlining the U.K.'s most prestigious festival: Glastonbury.  But he shouldn't be nervous, considering that, according to Ed, pretty much everyone he knows will be there watching him.

Speaking to The Sun, Ed says all his relatives, and his girlfriend Cherry's relatives, will be in the audience -- because he gave them every ticket he was allotted.

"Basically, all of my tickets went to every single aunt and uncle, cousin, cousin’s wife, cousin’s husband, cousin’s kids and all of Cherry’s family and all of our school mates," he says.

But some celebrity pals will be coming to check out his show too, including Victoria and David Beckham, who are his neighbors, and actress Saoirse [SERR-shuh] Ronan, who stars in his video for "Galway Girl."

The Glastonbury Festival has been staged in one form or another since the '70s, and nearly every act you can think of has performed there, which is why it's such a big deal. This year, the other headliners include Katy Perry, Lorde and Foo Fighters and about 175,000 people are expected to attend. 

Ed admits that in general, he's really not into this type of event...but he'll make an exception for this one.

"I don't really like festivals," he tells ABC Radio. "But getting to headline a festival like that's gonna be pretty exciting!"  

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Xavier VilaAdam Lambert has been singing with British rock legends Queen on and off since 2011, and they've done a number of tours together.  But as Queen Adam Lambert kick off a new tour tonight in Phoenix, Arizona, Adam admits he still can't believe he's now the frontman of the same band whose song he belted out at his American Idol audition.

"I do have my 'pinch me' moments, yeah," he tells ABC Radio. "Like, I'll finish a song...and I'll kind of think, 'Is this my life? This is so surreal!'"

Adam says he still considers it "such an honor" that he gets to "sing these songs that Freddie" -- Queen's late, iconic frontman Freddie Mercury -- "made famous and to keep his memory alive and honor him."

"It's such a treat," he adds.

So how will this summer's tour differ from previous Queen Adam Lambert shows?  "We're gonna bring back all the hits we've been doing for the past four years together, and we're gonna kind of work up some stuff that we have not done together before," Adam tells ABC Radio.

In addition, he says, "We've changed the entire production design. We've added a lot of bells and whistles, a lot of storytelling elements and videography. And it's gonna be a much higher production level."

So after spending all this time with his musical idols, what's Adam's favorite thing about working with them?

"They are so generous and so humble," he gushes. "They're completely collaborative...I always tell them, 'You guys don't have to be collaborative. You could tell me exactly what to do and I'd be cool with it.' But it's always been like a team effort, which has been really great.

"And they have great stories," he adds. "Great stories." 

Here are all of the dates for Queen Adam Lambert's North American summer tour:

6/23 -- Phoenix, AZ, Gila River Arena
6/24 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena
6/26 -- Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl
6/27 -- Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl
6/29 -- San Jose, CA, SAP Center
7/1 -- Seattle, WA, Key Arena
7/2 -- Vancouver, BC, Canada, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
7/4 -- Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rogers Place
7/6 -- Denver, CO, Pepsi Center Arena
7/8 -- Omaha, NE, CenturyLink Center
7/9 -- Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
7/13 -- Chicago, IL, United Center
7/14 -- St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
7/17 -- Montreal, QC, Canada, Bell Centre
7/18 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre
7/20 -- Auburn Hills, MI, The Palace of Auburn Hills
7/21 -- Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena
7/23 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
7/25 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden
7/26 -- Newark, NJ, Prudential Center
7/28 -- New York, NY, Barclays Center
7/30 -- Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center
7/31 -- Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
8/2 -- Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
8/4 -- Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
8/5 -- Houston, TX, Toyota Center

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Andrew Lipovsky/NBCCamila Cabello was Thursday night's musical guest on The Tonight Show, and she pulled double duty, lending her voice to some of host Jimmy Fallon's #SummerSongs.

Fallon's weekly "Tonight Show Hashtags" usually features him reading his favorite viewer tweets with a hashtag he's chosen, but this time, Cabello sang them, backed by Jimmy's house band, The Roots.

Here are a few examples:

To the tune of Nelly's, "Hot in Herre," Camila sang, "It's getting hot out here/ So let's just go inside/I am getting so hot/I'm gonna turn this hose on!" 

Next, the former Fifth Harmony member used TLC's "Waterfalls" to deliver a tweet that read, "Don't go chasing ice cream trucks/Just stick to the popsicles and shakes that you're used to."

Cabello's current hit, "Crying in the Club" was updated to read, "Number one, tell me why did you get burned/When I know that you've got sunscreen in your purse."

Adele's smash hit "Hello" provided the melody for a tweet that went, "Hello from the water slide/I must have rode a thousand times."

R. Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly" became, "I believe I will fry/From the heat coming from the sky/I have the AC on all night and day/Now there's more bills I gotta pay."

Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" even got the #SummerSongs treatment, as Camila sang, "I wanna grill with somebody/I wanna cook hot dogs with somebody/Yeah I wanna grill with somebody/With somebody who loves food."

Later in the show, Cabello sang her latest hit, "Crying in the Club," from her upcoming album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving. due out in the fall.

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Rony AlwinKaty Perry has been giving her KatyCats a lot of up-close-and-personal time via the internet lately, first with her days-long "Witness World Wide" livestream, and now with a behind-the-scenes look at her appearance at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert.

In the four-minute video, posted to Katy's YouTube channel on Thursday, we see a hoodie-wearing Katy greeting Ariana backstage during rehearsals. We also see her soundchecking; greeting other musicians backstage -- including Coldplay's Chris Martin, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.  We also see her dancing backstage and getting on her game face before taking the stage.

After get a look a bit of what her performance looked like from behind the stage, we see Katy being hugged by a grateful Ariana.

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Gustavo Caballero/Getty ImagesDaughtry kicks off a summer tour with their pals Nickelback tonight in Noblesville, Indiana.  Chris says he and the band are happy to be able to offer fans "some sort of escape" through their music.

"We love seeing the fans and hearing them sing back to us," he tells ABC Radio. "And seeing their faces, and just engaging and giving them some sort of escape from whatever's going on in their life, y'know? We just love being out there and getting to see everybody."

Luckily, there's no concern with this tour that the co-headliners won't get along.  As Chris Daughtry explains, they go way back.

"Love those guys, they're like a family to us," he tells ABC Radio. "We've been on tour with them more than any other band we've ever toured with.  So it's like a little annual summer camp!"

It's been a while since Daughtry was on the road for a full-fledged tour.  Chris, a father of four, says on the one hand, he doesn't want to leave his family behind, but on the other hand, it's kinda nice to have a break.

"You know it's one of those things where...the more you're home, the more you dread getting out there," he laughs.  "But once you do, it's like 'Ahhhh!!' It's all fun again."

Daughtry is currently working on a new album, which means fans will hear a few new songs during the trek, as well as smashes like "Home" and "Feels Like Tonight."  But no matter what they're playing, Chris says, "We love what we do and we love performing for the fans...it's a blessing." 

The tour wraps up September 16 in Salt Lake City.

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Christopher Polk/NBC/NBC via Getty ImagesLorde may have described her relationship with Taylor Swift has being like having "a friend with an autoimmune disorder," but Camila Cabello says for her, being friends with Taylor is "crazy," because Camila grew up listening to her music.

"It's crazy, but I don’t act like I didn’t [used to listen to her music all the time]," Camila tells Glamour magazine. "She’ll be like, 'When this happened…' and I’ll be like, 'That’s what you wrote 'Love Story' about!'  I feel like she knows."

And despite their friendship, Camila says she's still a Swiftie at heart. 

"I’ll randomly text her when I'm listening to 'Enchanted' and be like, 'This song is so good!'" she reveals. "It’s cool that I get to be on the inside of the ‘thing’ because I was a big fan of it for so long."

Camila is also friendly with Taylor's pal Ed Sheeran: they collaborated on her upcoming solo album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving., and she wants to do even more with him.

"I literally emailed him yesterday because we want to do a Spanish song together," says the former Fifth Harmony member. "I was born in Cuba and lived back and forth between Cuba and Mexico, so I’ve been listening to them my whole life...Ed and I really want to do one...I’ve asked him to send me guitar ideas that we can start writing to."

"We’re going to make it happen – it’s going to happen!"

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ABCSeacrest out...or in?  Right now, there's no confirmation as to whether or not Ryan Seacrest will return as the host of American Idol when it debuts on ABC next year.  But Seacrest appears to be leaning toward rejoining the show.  He told Variety, "I think it's doable."

At issue is Seacrest's other job as the co-host of ABC's Live with Kelly & Ryan.  If he also hosted Idol, he'd have to fly back and forth from New York to LA.  He says working that out -- as well as negotiating the terms of his contracts -- is a "puzzle." 

"I love the show. I have great affection for the show, and I think the show will be tremendously successful on ABC," he told Variety. 

As for how he sees the show updating itself for 2017, he says, "I think there are tweaks that the show will make and can make...but at the core, the format is the format -- that’s the strength of the show: the storytelling and the talent. ...So I don’t think you reinvent the wheel.”

Ryan also wouldn't be drawn into a diss of Kelly Clarkson, who decided to join NBC's rival show The Voice as a judge, rather than do the same for Idol.

"Was I bummed? I’m happy if she’s doing what she wants to do and she’s happy," Seacrest said. "She’s going to be great on The Voice.”

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Getty Images via ABCNick Jonas' most recent album, Last Year Was Complicated, detailed his split with his girlfriend.  But now, the singer says he's ready to lighten the mood a bit.

Billboard reports that during remarks at the Cannes Lions event in the South of France, Nick described his next album as a creative departure for him, noting that it would have a more upbeat sound than his past work.

"I think for the fan experience, coming to the shows where the songs are a bit more uptempo and brighter will be better than the breakup album I released last year," he said. "It’s time for some positivity, I think.”

Nick also revealed that his new music has also been inspired by the time he spent traveling with friends around Europe after he wrapped his latest movie Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

In addition, Nick says that he wants to find "a way to make a difference beyond music and film projects," and plans to focus on causes that he cares deeply about, such as LGBTQ rights and finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.  Nick suffers from the disease himself.

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Getty Images via ABCIf there's one girl who can help a guy get over a breakup, it's Rihanna.

The "We Found Love" singer recently gave some valuable advice to a male fan brave enough to send her a private message on social media. 

The fan asked, "Hey Robs...how did you get over your first heartbreak? I've been struggling."

Riri responded by writing, "Just believe that the heartbreak was a gift in itself! Cry if you have to, but it won't be forever!" 

She continued, "You will find love again, and it will be even more beautiful! In the meantime enjoy all that YOU are!!!!" 

Rihanna's heartfelt message, which the fan then posted on Twitter, has now been liked over 17,000 times. 

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Capitol RecordsYet another milestone for Katy Perry.   Following the news that she's the first person ever to amass 100 followers on Twitter, Katy has now become the first artist ever to have three Diamond-certified songs.

A Diamond certification means sales of 10 million copies.  According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Katy's hit "Roar" has just been certified Diamond, which means that Katy now has three hits that have sold 10 million: "Firework" and "Dark Horse" are the others.

Katy's achievement is more impressive when you consider that only 14 songs in total have ever been certified Diamond, and three of them are hers.   Other artists who've earned Diamond certifications include Elton John, Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.

Her response to the good news? She retweeted the announcement by the RIAA and wrote, "Was a cubic zirconia til you made me a diamond."  All in all, 21 of Katy's songs have been certified either gold, platinum or multi-platinum.

BREAKING: Gold & Platinum History Made!!! Congratulations @KatyPerry. First artist EVER to earn THREE Diamond songs! 💎💎💎 pic.twitter.com/qKGPE1eOtI

— RIAA (@RIAA) June 22, 2017
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Artists for GrenfellThe all-star rendition of "Bridge Over Troubled Water," featuring stars including Leona Lewis, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne of One Direction, James Blunt, Jessie J, James Arthur and more, is headed for #1 in the U.K. -- and is setting sales records to boot.

Britain's Official Charts Company says the charity song, released Wednesday morning to aid victims of the London apartment building blaze that killed 79, has already sold 120,000 units.  That's the biggest opening-day sales for any single this decade.

Friday, we'll learn if it's debuted at #1.  All the money raised from the single, organized by Simon Cowell, will go to the The London Community Foundation. You can also donate at ArtistsforGrenfell.com.

The emotional video for the song has also been released, showing all the artists singing their various lines, intercut with footage of survivors, firefighters and makeshift memorials.  It begins with a shot of the burned-out Grenfell Tower itself.

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