Bon Jovi’s Prince Harry Collaboration Is a Desperate Cry for Relevance

  • Aging and largely irrelevant rockers Bon Jovi released a new single, “Unbroken,” which features the hidden musical talents of Prince Harry.
  • Proceeds from the track, which was recorded at Abbey Road studios, will go to the Invictus Games Foundation.
  • The single will feature on Bon Jovi’s upcoming album, which looks like a cynical ploy to sell records.

It seems that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are a busy power couple these days! Not only has Meghan secured a voice-over gig with Disney, but Prince Harry is jamming with legendary rock band Bon Jovi.

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All while the rest of the world deals with the dreaded coronavirus, including Prince Harry’s father.

Still, breaking away from the royal family means not having to burden yourself with the plight of the plebs, right? While the commoners have to self-isolate, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can flaunt those rules and jet from Canada to Los Angeles.

Jon Bon Jovi takes a leaf out of the Meghan Markle playbook

Let me start by saying that I enjoy dancing around, doing housework to the Bon Jovi classics as much at the next gal. I really do.

But the harsh truth is that Bon Jovi hasn’t been relevant for years.

A question asked back in 2013! Answer? They’re not | Source: Twitter

The band’s last album, “This House Is Not For Sale,” owns the dubious distinction of being the album with the most substantial drop-off in sales from its peak, according to Forbes.

It hit the top spot in the Billboard 200 for one single week before crashing to number 43 the following week. Of the eight singles that the album spawned, not a single one charted in the top 100.

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Yikes! A far cry from the days of “Slippery When Wet.”

Just like Meghan Markle, Bon Jovi needs someone who can help raise their profile.

Enter royal rocker, Prince Harry!

At least this Prince Harry-Bon Jovi track is for a good cause

There’s a reason “Unbroken” will be on Bon Jovi’s upcoming album. And there’s nothing…

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