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Posted on Jul 29, 2014 07:43 am
Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and Porcupine Tree leader Steven Wilson have joined forces with hip-hop stars Madchild, White Noize, Eric Wainaina and Kool Keith for the project Revolution Harmony's single "Hello," Metal Hammer reports.
The track features Wilson's significant vocals and music making (including the unusual time signatures), Tom Morello's trademark groovy riffs and sick solos and some sharp rapping lines by White Noize, Madchild and Kool Keith.
"Hello" is out worldwide today with all proceeds going to Hope Runs – a charity that uses running to empower Kenyan AIDS orphans with the tools of education, social entrepreneurship and personal health. Check it out below and get it from iTuneshere.
This is the second charity single by Revolution Harmony. The first one, "We Are," was released on July 18 2013 and featured Serj Tankian, Ihsahn of Emperor, Devin Townsend and young British singer Abbie Johnson. Listen to it below.
As the official website of the project states, Revolution Harmony is an ongoing series of All-Star charity singles from British-African composer Ray Holroyd, based on Salt Spring Island, Canada. All proceeds go to charities that "restore harmony between people, animals and the environment."