Trump-backed ‘Justice For All’ song tops iTunes national charts

Former President Donald Trump celebrated an impressive development regarding the song “Justice For All,” which was produced in a collaboration between the former president and the J6 Prison Choir. 

The song, which debuted on Youtube on Mar. 2, quickly climbed the charts, and last week, hit the number one spot on the iTunes national song chart.

As The Western Journal reported, the hit song was originally prepared for his speech earlier this month at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

The song is meant as a tribute to the January 6 prisoners who have been held, many without trial, since the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.


The song quickly built momentum thanks to its viral spread across social media. Impressively, it knocked some of America’s top artists from the top chart spots.

Breitbart noted:

As of Friday, “Justice For All” has overtaken Cyrus’s “Flowers,” McGraw’s “Standing Room Only, and Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” on iTunes’ national rankings, making it the number one song in America on the platform.

According to Kash Patel, the song can be purchased for $1.29. The songs’ proceeds will reportedly be used for the legal funds of some of the J6 prisoners, presumably ones that Trump has been assisting.

“Former Pres. Donald Trump and a group of individuals incarcerated for their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 riot have collaborated on a song called “Justice for All.” It’s currently #1 on the iTunes top songs charts, ahead of Miley Cyrus and Morgan Wallen,” NBC News’s Gary Grumbach tweeted.

Trump celebrates

In multiple posts on his Truth Social platform, the former president celebrated the rapid and undeniable success of the hit song.

“So great to see this wonderful tribute went to #1. That’s where the people’s hearts are. Never forget!” Trump wrote.

What will be especially interesting is the music industry’s reaction to the chart-topper, which is no small feat. Artists, even successful ones in all genres, struggle for such an honor. Perhaps it’s a sign that conservative, unwoke music could be a lucrative venture for record labels. Who knew?

At the end of the music video, a serious message appears, “SUPPORTING CERTAIN PRISONERS DENIED THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.”

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