Along with Sugar for Sugar, the foundation has accumulated some popular artists of today to lend their vocals to the cause. Other acts like Phantogram, Metric, DNCE and Marian Hill also contributed to the album available Oct. 7. The 14-track collection is said to further the relationship between amfAR and musicians.
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“The Time Is Now is a great example of our longstanding relationship with the music industry, and we are deeply grateful to the artists who graciously donated their time and talents to the making of this album,” said amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost in a statement. “With continued support for HIV research, and we are confident that we will ultimately find a cure for the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS today.”
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