The new track is the fifth and final single release from the duo's hotly-anticipated new album 'Motherland Journey', out on February 25.
The live-streamed global event will also feature performances by Laurie Anderson, Jon Batiste, Norah Jones, Angelique Kidjo, Steve Miller Band, Gregory Porter, and Maggie Rogers.
Other icons featured include Dolly Parton, Joe Biden, and more.
The pre-taped and recorded performance aired at the end of the Tokyo Games opening ceremony.
Angélique joins forces with innovative artists across a number of genres, including Burna Boy, Sampa The Great, and more.
Crafted to perfection, Angélique Kidjo’s ‘Djin Djin’ album won the singer a Grammy and made her a successor to her role model, Miriam Makeba..
The event will also feature performances from Ziggy Marley, Willie Nelson, and more.
The spirited anthem was inspired by the youth-led movement to disband Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
25 musicians from around the world came together to reimagine Gabriel's 1980 anti-apartheid anthem.
The February 17 concert will also feature Angélique Kidjo, Valerie June, and Phoebe Bridgers.
The moving song was written for the documentary, ‘Nasrin,’ which chronicles the work and life of Iranian activist Nasrin Sotoudeh.
The star-studded concert will raise funds to bring Transcendental Meditation to frontline workers, veterans, and more.
The award was given at this year's Grammys to Beninese star Angélique Kidjo for her 'Celia' album.
Other notables taking part include Robert Cray, Stanley Jordan, Milton Nascimento and Dee Dee Bridgewater.
The literal translation of 'Pata Pata' is “touch touch,” so instead the amended lyrics deliver a powerful message about staying safe.