‘Clouds,’ by Adolescent who died of cancer, hits No. 1 on iTunes

MINNEAPOLIS — two years after his death from cancer at age 18, a Minnesota singer-songwriter has returned to the peak of the iTunes graph with his inspirational song”Clouds.”

The Star Tribune reports that”Clouds” by Zach Sobiech took over iTunes’ No. 1 championship from Justin Bieber on Sunday, two weeks following the Hollywood film of the same name according to Sobiech’s lifetime proved on Disney+.

The rank is based on downloads of this tune. The gains will increase the 2 million raised for cancer research through Sobiech’s namesake base.

The only first rose to the very top of iTunes in 2013, soon following the Stillwater-area adolescent’s death. He was diagnosed with bone cancer earlier.

From this point, the YouTube movie that resulted in the tune’s ascent was seen 4 million occasions. It is around 15 million today.

The film is an adaptation of the memoir”Fly a Little Higher” by Zach’s mom, Laura Sobiech.