Lupe Fiasco & Kenna linked up with Mike Shinoda just days after their climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro to record a benefit record for the people suffering in the tragic events of Haiti. In the process, they got some studio footage of them recording the song that also became a perfect fit for the video above. But even more powerful then footage of the three in the studio is the various images of the relief effort in Haiti and the Haitians themselves. These images and people were emphasized by becoming part of an emerging foreground that moves closer to the viewer. It's a simple, yet effective move that I always appreciate seeing well-executed. The imagery depicted in the video really drives things home to another level with the song of course acting as the perfect backdrop. The choice of photos was key throughout the video and they particularly nailed the end of Lupe's verse - an important turning point in the song. This song just does not get old to me and the video only renews that feeling so make sure you give it a look above. In case you still need the mp3, you can also grab it above along with more songs from the Download to Donate project here. Enjoy!