Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love is a beautiful, music infused cinematic portrait of world famous Senegalese pop sensation Youssou N'Dour. One of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world and called 'the rare rock star whose music matters,' N'Dour is one of the most beloved musicians in pop music. With a career spanning decades, he is best known in the West for his collaborations with Bono and Peter Gabriel. In 2005, the Grammy-winning artist defied expectations and produced his most personal album, Egypt, presenting his Islamic faith as a peaceable and tolerant religion. While the record received international acclaim, it was denounced as blasphemy in his native Senegal. Director Chai Vasarhelyi follows N'dour for over two years, filming in Africa, Europe, and America, to tell the story of how he faces these challenges and eventually wins over audiences both at home and abroad. Combining unprecedented images of Senegal's most sacred Muslim rituals, vibrant concert performances filmed around the world, and intimate access to N'Dour and his family, I Bring What I Love chronicles the difficult path this remarkable artist must take.