Bon Jovi Releases New Charity Single 'Unbroken' That Features Prince Harry
Weeks after Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi were spotted in the studio; the duo has finally broadcasted their much anticipated single.
When fans saw that Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi were working on a song with the Invictus Games Choir, their excitement knew no bounds.
Weeks after that event occurred, Metro is reporting that the pair have finally released their single, as announced by Bon Jovi on Instagram. The singer-songwriter's post, which included a snippet of the song," Unbroken," has already garnered over 50,000 likes since it went live a few hours ago.
The musical collaboration came just a couple of days after Harry informed attendees at a conference to "call me Harry" as he started his final round of royal duties before stepping down on March 31.
The song, which is a tribute to veterans, was taken from the band's upcoming 15th studio album "Bon Jovi: 2020." It would be recalled that Harry and Jon had teased fans of what was to come with a clip that showed them in the famous Abbey Road Studios.
However, before the studio session began, CNN pointed out that the duo met outside where they caught up with each other and chatted playfully.
Once they were done chatting, the Duke of Sussex and the famous rocker went into the control room which overlooks Studio 2, where the Beatles recorded during the '60s.
While in the room, Harry and Jon shared a quick duet in front of the studio's microphones with Jon telling his music counterpart:
"It's gonna be really easy, just pretend you're singing in your bedroom. Just shout it out."
Meanwhile, The Sun noted that the musical collaboration came just a couple of days after Harry informed attendees at a conference to "call me Harry" as he started his final round of royal duties before stepping down on March 31.
Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, were expected to attend the annual Endeavour Fund Awards the next week in London. The outing would be their first joint UK event since their shocking revelation to back out from being senior members of the royal family, in January.
As part of the agreement for their independence, it was announced that Canada had decided to stop paying for the pair's security costs once they step back from royal duties.
In addition to that, Harry and Meghan also had to withdraw applications to trademark the brand name "Sussex Royal."