The video sees a plethora of celebrities including Tom Daley, Jack Whitehall and This Morning presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby imitating Farah's famous pose.
The Only Way Is Essex stars Joey Essex and Sam Faiers also appear, along with London Mayor Boris Johnson, boxer and I'm a Celebrity star David Haye and singer Example.
The single 'Do The Mobot' aims to raise funds for The Mo Farah Foundation and is part of a campaign to raise £100,000 towards building the Mo Farah Orphanage and Sports Academy, in Hargeisa, Somalia.
Farah does not sing on the track, which is largely a dance anthem with the lyrics 'Do The Mobot' repeated throughout.
Farah won both the 5,000m and 10,000m Gold at the London 2012 Olympics in the summer.
His celebratory 'Mobot' pose became synonymous with victory in the Games, and was thought up by presenter Clare Balding while the pair starred together on the panel for A League of Their Own on Sky1.
To download the track, visit dothemobot.org.