Melbourne, Dec 2 : Kylie Minogue and Coldplay's 'sexy' duet "Lhuna" made its debut on a new online magazine to coincide with World Aids Day on December 1.
The duo have been making music together for (RED)WIRE, a new musical venture from U2 frontman Bono's organisation (RED), reports The Australian.
The song was recorded in May, at the time when Coldplay were making their latest album, 'Viva La Vida or Death' and 'All His Friends'.
Minogue and Coldplay singer Chris Martin have lend their vocals to the sultry track.
Martin later deemed the duet "too sexy'' to be included on the band's latest album.
And finally, it was on World Aids Day on Dec 1 the song was released alongside recordings by Jay-Z, The Dixie Chicks, The Police and Elvis Costello and Sheryl Crow.
U2 have recorded a cover of Greg Lake's 'I Believe in Father Christmas', while The Killers, Elton John and Neil Tennant have collaborated on the Christmas song 'Joseph'.
One can listen to all the tracks for free on www.red.msn.com.
A part of the profits is to be invested in African AIDS programs, focusing on women and children.