Rihanna and U2 among others for Japan Relief
The music industry’s biggest names have joined forces with Universal music to raise money for Japan’s post earthquake and tsunami crisis.
Stars like Lady Gaga and Sandra Bullock have already made appeals including personal donations, and now Justin Bieber, Rihanna, U2, Bon Jovi and Nicki Minaj are confirmed to be releasing a digital track this week.
Proceeds of the album will go to the Japanese Red Cross. The entertainment industry is coming together at a crucial time for the battered nation, as it deals with a nuclear crisis in addition to food and fuel shortages and damaged infrastructure.
The album will only be available digitally at the end of this week.