Coldplay, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cee-Lo Green and More Give Songs to New Charity CD


Story by Anne Erickson

‘Rhythms Del Mundo: Africa’ features tracks by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Coldplay and more

Good music for a good cause is always a win-win combination. Now, Coldplay, Cee-Lo Green, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mumford & Sons, Fleet Foxes and R.E.M. are lending their musical talents to a special charity compilation album put together to benefit Artists Project Earth, which assists projects that fight climate change and provides aid to those affected by natural disasters. Check out the official track listing below.

The album, named “Rhythms Del Mundo: Africa,” packs 14 songs, and each track has been remixed with some African rhythms. Fan may download the album by pledging eight British pounds, which is roughly $13 U.S. dollars. Fans who pledge 40 British pounds, or about $62 U.S. dollars, will score a “special thanks” credit in the disc’s booklet. The goodies keep increasing the more you pledge, with the top donor getting an elite remix session with the album’s producer and scoring an executive producer credit on the album. Those wishing to donate funds to the project may head to for more information.

‘Rhythms Del Mundo: Africa’ Track Listing:

Coldplay, “Viva la Vida”
Beyoncé, “I Miss You”
Eminem and TS1, “I’m Not Afraid”
Bruno Mars, “Grenade”
Plan B, “She Said”
Cee-Lo Green, “Crazy”
Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Under the Bridge”
Mumford & Sons,“Timshel”
Shanade, “I Am Because”
Aloe Blacc, “I Need a Dollar”
R.E.M. w. Ali Farka Touré Band, “Losing My Religion”
Fleet Foxes, “Mykonos”
Rokia Traoré, “Is This Love”


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