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Pitbull Releases New Song 'I Believe That We Will Win,' Proceeds To Go To COVID-19 Relief

Pitbull has released his new song I Believe That We Will Win that has encouraging message amid COVID-19. Proceeds from it to go to coronavirus relief funds

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Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people around the world. Many celebrities are raising funds for various causes related to the virus. Doing the same, popular artist, Pitbull has released a new song I believe that we will win and its proceeds will go to coronavirus relief funds. Read to know more.

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Pitbull’s latest song for COVID-19 relief

Pitbull has dropped a new song called I believe that we will win (world anthem). It has lyrics in the video which has inspiring message amid coronavirus scare. His raps in the track has “You know what spreads faster than any virus? Fear/And when it comes to fear, you can either forget everything and run, or you can face everything and rise.” The revenue from the song will go Feeding America and Tony Robbins Foundation for the relief of COVID-19.

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Pitbull had asked healthcare workers, parents and more to be a part of his new music video. He stated "We believe that we can overcome. We are calling all students, medical workers, first responders, parents, grandparents, everyone from all over the world to be a part of Pitbull's video anthem. Proceeds will be going to various charities around that world," read a notice asking fans to submit videos of themselves grooving to the song.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pitbull has been encouraging fans to keep hope amid the coronavirus outbreak. "Let's show the world, how powerful it is when we come together to fight for one cause - that's called life," read one of his Instagram post. He also promoted a live streaming fundraiser event.

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COVID-19 is a global threat which is increasing day by day. As of now, there are 19,19,913 confirmed cases around the world. The United States of America, Spain and Italy are the top three most affected places. Social distancing and maintaining hygiene is advised by the experts.

 

 

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