Chance the Rapper and The Weeknd to Collab with Dionne Warwick

If you're of a certain age, you hear Dionne Warwick's name and remember her infomercials hawking the Psychic Friends Network, or the 1986 AIDS benefit collab "That's What Friends Are For" with Gladys Knight, Elton John and Stevie Wonder. And that's not even scratching the surface of her dozens of hits over several decades.

Now there's word of another probable hit on the way, for charity. After Dionne's recent good-natured and sassy Twitter exchanges with Chance the Rapper and The Weeknd, conversations and creative ideas followed.

The trio are now recording "Nothing's Impossible," a song benefiting Hunger Not Impossible. Proceeds will help the organization's mission to connect people in need with to-go meals from restaurants near them.

In addition to Dionne's longtime charity work, Chance the Rapper also recently helped people in need, together with Justin Bieber, through their collab "Holy." And for The Weeknd, this cause is deeply personal. He used to be homeless and food insecurity was an everyday struggle.

"Nothing's Impossible" is scheduled to drop early in 2021.

Prince Concert on YouTube for Charity

So tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1985. Not the correct lyrics but it is the current situation.

Starting tonight at 7 and continuing over three days, YouTube is streaming a classic concert of Prince and the Revolution. It was recorded March 30th, 1985, in Syracuse, New York.

This show is significant in that was the first concert footage Prince ever released, and is now being streamed digitally for the first time. Tonight's event opens with a Q&A session with drummer Bobby Z.

It's free to watch, but if you choose to donate, money raised goes to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Google is then matching donations up to $5 million.

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