Alicia Keys and Bono are hoping to save the lives of children through song
Kindhearted and generous that's how we describe Alicia Keys and Bono. Both of them approvingly do not merely care about their music, but with social matters as well. Having the sincere motivation for their surrounding, especially that of saving the lives of children, Keys and Bono will do that in their own way.
It's through song. The two superstars have collaborated on "Don't Give Up (Africa)," and will donate all proceeds to Keep A Child Alive, which provides medicine to families infected with AIDS and the HIV virus. First sang at a Nov. 3 fund-raiser in New York City for the charity, the track will be available exclusively on iTunes starting Tuesday Dec 6.
As for everybody to know, "Don't Give Up" was originally performed by Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush in 1986, and was titled, "So."