For die-hard U2 fans out there, the mere fact that Bono would team-up with a rap artist may seem disconcerting. However, once your hear the bouncy new single by Wyclef Jean and Bono, you will be pleased by the effort. The song begins in a childish melody, with Wyclef's basic lyrics prevailing. However, the moment he turns the song over to Bono, you hear a beautiful voice that has so captivated audiences for decades. After 20 years and numerous albums, Bono still has the most soul-searching, penetrating, and controlled voice of any pop artist. Fans will be delighted to know that Bono sings a great deal in this song with the same kind of emotional fervor as his last release with U2, "The Sweetest Thing." No doubt, the song probably won't be a top hit by any stretch of the imagination, but any effort by Bono deserves your audience. It's a kind of "U2 meets the Fugees" effort--a feel-good song for charity that's worth the few bucks.