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Lenny Kravitz, Mos Def and Tim Robbins have released a charity single to help relief efforts on the Gulf Coast.

Calling themselves the Gulf Aid All-Stars, the supergroup have reworked the classic tune “Ain’t My Fault” to help Gulf Aid, a charity established in response to what has been called one of the biggest oil spills in history just 50 miles off of the Louisiana Coast.

Originally written by Joseph Smokey Johnson and Wardell Joseph Quezergue, the single will raise much needed money for those whose livelihoods have been destroyed by the massive oil spill.

The song is currently available for download from iTunes. Find out more about Gulf Aid here.

The band isn’t the only group doing something to help – both Korn and the Backstreet Boys have announced they will boycott BP stations during their current tours.

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