A-Trak, Kimbra and Mark Foster Team Up For New Song

'Warrior' is part of Converse's 'Three Artists, One Song' series

Kimbra, Mark Foster and A-Trak.
Courtesy of Converse
March 27, 2012 8:30 AM ET

A-Trak, Kimbra and Foster the People frontman Mark Foster have joined forces for "Warrior," the latest track in Converse's Three Artists, One Song series. The song is part of the launch of a line of footwear that will be sold exclusively at Journeys shops; it will be made available as a video and free download from the Journeys website on April 5th.

"I had such a good time diving into the creative process working with two incredible artists," Foster said in a statement. "This project has given me a newfound appreciation for the power of collaboration."

Previous installments in Converse's series of collaborations include "DoYaThing," a track by Gorillaz with James Murphy and Andre 3000; Best Coast's "All Summer," featuring Kid Cudi and Rostam Batmanglij from Vampire Weekend; and Matt and Kim, Soulja Boy and Andrew W.K.'s "I'm A Goner."

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