iTunes in aid of Typhoon Haiyan relief by releasing a benefit compilation album called "Songs for the Philippines." The recorded music industry is responding to the disastrous typhoon in the Philippines with a fundraising compilation which features the biggest names in the business.
The Beatles, Bob Dylan, U2, Eminem, One Direction and Katy Perry are among the superstars who have contributed tracks for the relief album, all proceeds from which will be donated to Philippine Red Cross.
All three major music companies are supporting the 39-track "Songs for the Philippines," which is available through iTunes' global network of digital stores at iTunes.com/Philippines. All the artists, record companies and music publishers working on the project have waived fees.
Songs for the Philippines features 39 songs:
Also featuring several artists of Filipino descent (Bruno Mars, Enrique Iglesias, apl.de.ap, and Jessica Sanchez), Songs for the Philippines will benefit the Philippine Red Cross, to which all proceeds of the album will be donated.
"As the people of the Philippines recover and rebuild in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan’s devastation, some of music’s biggest names are brought together on this benefit album. Including songs from The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Beyoncé, Adele, U2, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Lorde, and Imagine Dragons, this brilliant collection is united by a message of hope and compassion."
Songs for the Philippines is Exclusively available on iTunes.