- Click to Subscribe to ClevverMusic! Beiber, Rihanna and Nicki all together on one album. We've got your deets on how the music industry is raising funds for Japan. Welcome back to ClevverMusic guys, I'm Bridget Daly with an awesome music update. News broke today that several pop artists were coming together to be featured on a compilation album that will benefit the people of Japan. Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, U2 and Bon Jovi are all confirmed as featured artists on the album being rushed out by Universal Music Group to raise funds for Japan's earthquake and tsunami victims. The label is aiming to make the album available by the end of the week, although the lineup of artists has yet to be fully finalized. According to a UMG rep, it's being released only digitally because it's faster, and this will be a worldwide release. Right now they're in the process of finding more major acts willing to waive royalties for songs that appear on the record. No other artists have been confirmed at this point, however we are hearing talks that Lady Gaga, who is under Universal, may also be a contributor. She's already managed to raise a quarter of a million dollars with the wristbands she created for the Japanese victims. Proceeds of this compilation album will go to the Japanese Red Cross. How cool is this project? Who else would you like to see contribute on this project? Make your selection below in the comment section, and stay posted on more music news by clicking subscribe on our page. As always, thanks for stopping by ClevverMusic. I'm Bridget Daly, saying bye for now.