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23 March 2011
 
Justin Bieber, Rihanna Even U2 To Sing For Japan
 
Japan is struggling to cope with 3 disasters that have rocked the
world, two natural, one man made.   Now rock legions, both young and old
are joining together to produce an album to raise money to rebuild the
country.
 
It’s been just under two weeks since the 8.8 magnitude earthquake
hit the region, sending a wall of water that would devastate the east
coast, damaging what should have been, the indestructible nuclear
reactors.
 
Officially the death toll from the disaster is now sitting at over
9000, but is expected to end up at far higher than that as another
13,000 people are still unaccounted for.
 
Across the world Justin Bieber has joined Bono with U2 and Rihanna
who have all signed up to the deal to produce an album to raise money
for the victims of the March 11 Japanese disaster.
 
It maybe an international cast as Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi are also rumored to be close to joining the charity drive.
 
The negotiations are being organized through Universal Records who
have announced that all money raised will be donated to the Japanese Red
Cross.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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References:

http://music-mix.ew.com/2011/03/22/justin-bieber-gaga-charity-songs-japan-earthquake/

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2011/03/23/3171450.htm?section=justin

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-12815631

 
 
 
 
 

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