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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by TheHill.com:

Singer Fiona Apple has pledged to donate two years’ worth of royalties she earns from her song “Criminal” to an organization helping detained migrants in the United States cover their legal fees in a bid “to help the WRONGLY criminalized get justice.”

“Something I love about being a songwriter is that I get paid for usage of a song I wrote years ago whenever a TV show or movie asks to use it,” Apple said in a post on Tumblr on Sunday. According to the “Paper Bag” singer, “Criminal” is her “most requested” track.

The article goes on to state the following:

“In the past I have used my ‘Criminal’ money to help friends or family,” she wrote. “However, after months and months of reading the news about how my country is treating refugees, I’ve become gutted with frustration trying to figure out the best way to help.”

“Fiona Apple is donating the 2019 and 2020 earnings from TV and movie placements of her song ‘Criminal’ to the While They Wait refugee fund,” Rolling Stone tweeted.

“Fiona Apple is pledging ‘Criminal’ royalties to legal aid for border detainees,” The FADER tweeted.

Consequence of Sound tweeted, “Fiona Apple to donate ‘Criminal’ royalties to assist detained migrants.”

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