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'When Bono called I was so honoured, we wanted to make a difference...'

And Destiny's Child were just one of dozens of musicians who answered the call, arriving in a New York studio last September to remake the Marvin Gaye classic 'What's Going On ?' and raise the profile of AIDS in Africa.

After the nine different mixes of the single, which raised tens of thousands of dollars, now comes 'The Making Of...' DVD, a documentary which goes behind the scenes in the studio talking to artists and producers about their hopes for the project.

Those who took part in the recordings include Christina Aguilera, the Backstreet Boys, Mary J. Blige, Fred Durst, Wyclef Jean, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, 'N Sync, P Diddy, Britney Spears and Michael Stipe.

The DVD includes never seen before footage, exclusive interviews with Bono and other artists, music videos and much more. As one reviewer on Amazon puts it, 'From the studio to the stage it follows all the artists through making this great remake of Marvin Gaye's classic... and more importantly it raises funds for African AIDS relief. The sound and colour are great, the extras are nice...I'd never seen some of the video version before. There is a cool commercial on the DVD too!'

All funds raised through the sale of the DVD go to Artists Against AIDS Worldwide (AAAW), which is dedicated to raising money from the public, governments, corporations and through debt relief to stop the humanitarian crisis of AIDS.

You can watch a clip of the making of 'What's Going On?' here www.aaaw.org

You can learn more about Artists Against Aids Worldwide here www.aaaw.org

You can buy the 'Making Of... What's Going On? DVD here www.amazon.com

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