Friday, March 30, 2012

VIDEO: Slash offers song download to benefit charity

Slash has released a special video and song to help raise awareness for the plight of homeless youth in Los Angeles.

The guitarist has teamed up with the Los Angeles Youth Network (LAYN), whose mission to empower abused, neglected and homeless adolescents to become self-sufficient.

LAYN estimates that 7,500 homeless youth sleep on the streets of L.A. each night.

Slash has offered up the song “Gotten,” from his 2010 solo debut, which features Maroon 5’s Adam Levine on vocals.

Slash is giving fans the opportunity to download a new, remixed version of “Gotten” by donating any amount to LAYN.

To download the song with a donation of any size, visit Slash’s site here.

To donate directly to LAYN, please click here.

Slash – Gotten (remix)
With Adam Levine of Maroon 5

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