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The Bono-fronted band came up with the song, written and recorded for 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom', after watching cuts of the film over the summer.
Frontman Bono says his band are working on their 13th studio set which they might call '10 Reasons to Exist'.
This year's list is made up of an international ensemble and shows that most musicians still make a big part of their earnings from touring.
Jigga serves as an executive producer for the latest installment of the basketball gaming franchise, nabbing Coldplay, Daft Punk, P. Diddy and Santigold among other artists for the soundtrack.
The Bono-fronted band rule both lists of the world and U.S top-grossing tours of the year, while the 'Speak Now' hitmaker scores the second-biggest seller in the States.
Chosen for the social values, these artists would perform live for the tenth anniversary of William J. Clinton Foundation.
The other winners include Tinie Tempah, Hugh Laurie, Duran Duran, Bradley Cooper and Keith Richards.
The lights were dimmed, and the cell phones were lighted up when Bono, The Edge and the rest of the band performed a rendition of 'Moment of Surrender/Jungleland'.
Like in the previous years, FOX is not revealing the guests in this tenth season but Aerosmith, Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw and many more have been mentioned.
Rap mogul Jay-Z can add Emmy Award winner to his list of achievements after taking home a top honour for his 2010 Super Bowl rendition of hit single 'Run This Town'.
The Irish rockers are expected to dethrone The Rolling Stones by the time they wrap up their gigs in New Brunswick, Canada, in July.
Packed with action scenes, the short video features some explosions in addition to Peggy Carter pointing her gun.
The complete line-up of this star-studded compilation album is expected to be announced by Universal Music Group sometime soon.
The French musician has been asked by the band's frontman Bono to produce some tracks for their next record.
Led by the Jon Bon Jovi band, the top-grossing tours list sees AC/DC, U2 and GaGa at the second, third and fourth places respectively.