Chrysler Brand and Eight Mile Style LLC, a Detroit-based publisher of Eminem compositions, have partnered to release a gospel version of Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself,’ available now for download on iTunes. The song is performed by ‘Selected of God,’ the choir featured in the Chrysler brand Super Bowl commercial ‘Born of Fire.’ Keeping in the spirit of the ‘Imported from Detroit’ campaign, Eight Mile Style will donate all publishing proceeds from the music download to three local Detroit charities—Abayomi Community Development Corporation, The Yuinon and the Robert S. Shumake Foundation.

Each year in June, the Côte d’Azur becomes the place with an overwhelming concentration of ‘lions’ (not animals, but beastly amazing advertising pieces) thanks to the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. This year’s event, which was taking place June 19–25, saw “thought-leaders and experts in all forms of communications and creative thinking come together to inspire, debate and entertain” and revealed the best advertising projects from all around the globe.

Yesterday, March 3, TED, the non-profit organization behind the TED Conference and TED Talks, announced 10 winners of its first Ads Worth Spreading competition, which was launched late September, 2010. The idea behind the contest was to celebrate the hilarious commercials that run longer than traditional TV Ads (up to 5 minutes instead of 30 seconds), which is enough “to make an authentic human connection” and tell an engaging and intelligent story. The top-10 list of 2011 winners includes clips, which were developed between January 2010 and January 2011 for organizations and brands including Chrysler, Intel and Target.