Download To Donate: Lupe Fiasco + Kenna – “Resurrection” (Produced by Mike Shinoda)


Lupe Fiasco, Kenna and Linkin Park‘s Mike Shinoda unite on this track as part of Music For Relief‘s compilation to aid Haitian earthquake victims. The compilation also features songs by Alanis Morissette, Linkin Park, Enrique Iglesias, Dave Matthews Band, Hoobastank, The All-American Rejects, Peter Gabriel and Slash.

Lupe Fiasco + Kenna – “Resurrection”:

You can also listen to the entire compilation here:

Speaking on his blog yesterday, Mike Shinoda reveals more about the project:

On January 12, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. Hundreds of thousands are feared dead, many of whom are children. Millions more are in need of medical attention, shelter, clothes and food just to make it through the days ahead. It will take years to rebuild homes and communities. My Linkin Park bandmates and I are deeply saddened by the situation and–with the help of an amazing list of talented artists all working in partnership with Music for Relief–want to aid the Haitian people.

Music for Relief has brought together an incredible album of artists who have all generously donated original songs to support the Haiti relief effort…

I was a part of three of the songs.  One is a BRAND NEW LINKIN PARK SONG called “Not Alone.”  The second is by LUPE FIASCO and KENNA called “Resurrection.”  The third is a track that I did with KENNA and CHAD from THE NEPTUNES called “Never Let Me Down.”

Now, we need your help: you can join in support of the immediate relief and long-term recovery process in Haiti by downloading songs at MUSICFORRELIEF.ORG and making a donation in any amount. Then, EMBED THE WIDGET on your Facebook or MySpace page, your blog, or your website…wherever you can spread the word.  Every little bit helps.


Funds raised through the program will support the United Nation’s rapid disaster response efforts through the UN Foundation, long-term rebuilding of sustainable homes with Habitat for Humanity, and Dave Matthew’s Band’s BAMA Works Haitian Relief effort.  100% of funds received will go directly to the Haiti efforts.


[Read his original blog post at]

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