Bernie Worrell, right, holds the hand of David Byrne after the Talking Heads were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Monday, March 18, 2002, at New York's Waldorf Astoria. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Bernie Worrell, right, holds the hand of David Byrne after the Talking Heads were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Monday, March 18, 2002, at New York’s Waldorf Astoria.

*Musician and singer David Byrne has remixed “How Does the Brain Wave,” his 2007 track with Baby Elephant — the project of DJ Prince Paul and Parliament-Funkadelic keyboardist Bernie Worrell — to help raise funds for Worrell.

According to Rolling Stone, Worrell is struggling to pay his medical bills after being diagnosed with prostate cancer and stage-four liver and lung cancer.

The former Talking Head has also tapped Jamie Lidell to remix the song, both of which are available to stream and purchase. Fans can choose how much they donate for the two songs, though there is a $1.99 minimum.

The two cuts have also been pressed into five dub plates, which will be auctioned off along with Byrne’s original sketch of the cover art.

All proceeds from the auction and downloads will benefit the Bernie Worrell branch of the charitable organization, Sweet Relief, which helps musicians with their medical needs.

Byrne and Lidell’s remixes arrive the day after a slew of musicians and stars gathered at Webster Hall for a concert benefiting Worrell. The lineup featured Bootsy Collins, George Clinton, Living Colour, Meryl Streep, Rick Springfield and Paul Shaffer.

On his website, Byrne wrote of Worrell:

“Bernie is classically trained (as well as having perfect pitch — I’ve heard him improvise with the sounds of traffic), so he brought those skills to the Afro-Futurism of the P-Funk universe. A bit of keyboard cosmos into the funk chants and beats of that world that made it what it was. I learned a lot from that music, and of course from the time spent traveling and playing with Bernie — wordplay, musical attitude and lot more. He informed the musician and composer I was to become.”

Below, the original “How Does Your Brain Wave”:

Listen to, and purchase the remix here.