Zach Sobiech, YouTube. Seven years after Zach Sobiech's death, his song "Clouds" has once against climbed the iTunes charts. Zach, of Stillwater, died in of cancer when he was 18, Before he died, he wrote "Clouds," a song about facing death, which went viral, topping the iTunes charts in By a. Monday morning, "Clouds" was at the No. Director Justin Baldoni previously made a short film about Zach's life. Hastings is among the latest school districts to switch back.
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Abner Li. An official support document today details how the functionality will work, suggesting that a launch is coming soon. Add your personal music collection to your YouTube Music library by uploading your songs and albums. Once your music is uploaded, you can use YouTube Music to play your uploaded music as part of your listening experience. A progress bar notes progress with subsequent confirmation message. With this launch, Google is not yet migrating Play Music libraries. If you are looking to transfer your entire Google Play Music library, stay tuned — we will be providing a way to seamlessly transfer your music.
It was his debut and only single released as a solo artist, released digitally on December 14, , and later included in his debut EP, Fix Me Up released under his band name, A Firm Handshake. In the United States, "Clouds" sold 25, units before Sobiech's passing,  and an additional 30, units on his death date. At age 14, Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma , a bone cancer which mostly strikes children. Sobiech released it as a YouTube video in December It went viral , surpassing 3 million views at the time of his death in May