Prince Harry’s long-anticipated music collaboration with world-renowned singer Jon Bon Jovi has finally dropped – and it’ll inspire you!
In February this year, the 38-year-old royal teased a collaboration with the 58-year-old rocker for the Invictus Games, one of the Duke’s last engagements before stepping down from his senior royal role.
The Invictus Games, which is dedicated to rehabilitating sick and injured army veterans, was postponed due to the growing Covid-19 pandemic.
The song was recorded by the duo at the Abbey Road studios in London and is an adapted version of Jon’s 2019 hit single Unbroken. The song, which was recently released, also features the Invictus Games Choir.
Jon says he initially wrote the song for a documentary but decided to send it to Prince Harry instead, E! News reports.
"On a parallel course I thought I want to send it to Harry for the Invictus Games and to have real soldiers singing the song I thought would bring a lot of attention to the issue," he says.
"I wrote him a letter and I said 'I’ve sung with your brother and met your father and so I said listen to it and let me know. And he said, 'Absolutely.'"
And that was the beginning of the duos incredible musical collaboration.
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(Sources: Channel24, E! News)