VIDEO: Documentary for 'We Are The World' confirms no auto-tune was used

VIDEO: Documentary for 'We Are The World' confirms no auto-tune was used

This is the story of how 46 of the world's greatest pop stars came together to record one of the most well-known songs in history. 

Tina Turner We Are The World Song
YouTube/ We Are The World

In 1985, on January the 29th, a group of people recorded the song 'We Are The World'.

But these were no ordinary people.

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They were in fact some of the greatest and most popular musicians of all time.

The charity single was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie but for the recording, they enlisted the help of Stevie Wonder, Dionne Warwick, Bryce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Diana Ross, and many, many more.

What a lot of people don't know is how the song was recorded in one night and the chaos that was going on behind the scenes during the whole endeavor.

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Now in a documentary called 'The Greatest Night In Pop', viewers will get to see how and why this chart-topping, Grammy Award-winning song almost did not become a reality.

In the documentary, Richie confirmed that there was no auto-tuned used.

Watch the trailer here:

At the time of release, the song raised millions for the fight against hunger in Africa and continues to be an inspirational song to this day.

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