Bono Gets Will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson and X Japan's Yoshiki for Self-Isolation Anthem

Hear the unlikely group's "Sing for Life"
Bono Gets Will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson and X Japan's Yoshiki for Self-Isolation Anthem
U2 leader Bono is once again helping us get through this period of self-isolation with some new music, but this time he's roped in some high-profile friends. For the collaborative song "Sing for Life," he's got Will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson and X Japan's Yoshiki all lending a hand — from their respective zones of self-isolation, of course.

The song may sound familiar, as it's a fleshed-out version of Bono's recently shared "Let Your Love Be Known," which he shared on Saint Patrick's Day.

In the song description on YouTube for "Sing for Life," Will.i.am has offered the following:

This song was created to bring JOY..

In times like these, creative people must continue to collaborate…

Whether you are a computer scientist, an engineer, a Therapist or a Teacher, just because we are self-isolating or in quarantine doesn't mean you are alone…

The beauty of international connectivity is that nobody is alone on the internet!

Use this time to be creative and collaborate remotely to solve problems…

A healthy body also means a healthy mind…


Watch the video for "Sing for Life" below.