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Trump's Participation in J6 Prison Choir's Single "Justice for All" Tops iTunes Chart for 1 Spot!

Trump's Participation in J6 Prison Choir's Single "Justice for All" Tops iTunes Chart for 1 Spot!

On March 11, the new song "Justice for All," which features former president Donald Trump, topped iTunes' top songs chart. The J6 Prison Choir, a group of men who were found guilty for their involvement in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, sings the song. The Star-Spangled Banner is sung by the choir at the beginning of the song before the convicts begin chanting "USA! USA!" The Pledge of Allegiance is then read by President Trump before the national anthem resumes. The J6 Prison Choir asked the former president to record his part for the song at his Mar-a-Lago home.

Over 985 people have been detained by the Justice Department since the incident for their alleged involvement, with more than half of them entering guilty pleas. However, because paid downloads only account for a small fraction of the music business, a song's success on iTunes does not guarantee that it will do well on other music charts. Politically charged songs have previously topped iTunes charts; examples include Kid Rock's "We the People" and YG's "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)".

Due to his involvement in the uprising on January 6, the former president has been referred to the Department of Justice; nonetheless, he has already declared his intention to run for office again in 2024. 

Miley Cyrus' most recent hit, "Flowers," from her new album "Endless Summer Vacation," which has more than 100 million Spotify streams in just one week, has underperformed. The music video has been viewed over 500,000 times on YouTube in the past 11 days. The song was published on March 4 on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube.
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