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'Do whatever y'all can to support,' Rihanna's ex-boyfriend told the concertgoers at the end of his first live performance.
There are also Wyclef Jean, Mary J. Blige, Jazmine Sullivan and Busta Rhymes glitter the stage of Miami's American Airlines Arena.
Before landing behind bars due to gun charges, Lil Wayne will make one more performance with P. Diddy and Pharrell Williams for Haitian fund-raising concert.
After John Travolta flew to Haiti to help the earthquake victims, rapper Ludacris has given his private jet's key to U.S. doctors to fly medical supplies to the earthquake-ravaged country.
The album of which tracks performed by several superstars such as Jay-Z and Rihanna is the first digital-only release that reigns the U.K. compilations chart.
The video for 'We Are the World' remix which opening line will be sung by Justin Bieber is going to be premiered next week.
One Danish ticket retailer Billetlugen, which sells tickets for AC/DC's Denmark show, reportedly has a system failure after 30,000 tickets sold out within 46 minutes.
Responding to the idea of his former bandmate Pras about The Fugees' reunion, Wyclef Jean says, 'The Fugees should definitely contribute a single to go into Yele Haiti.'
The star of The Fugees, Wyclef Jean, wants people to witness the struggle of Haitian during the disaster by showing off his footage of the real condition there through a film.
The 'I Kissed a Girl' hitmaker will attend the show to announce a winner, while T-Pain and Elton John will entertain the attendees.
The Haitian-born musician urges fans to text 'YELE' to 501501 to support his non-profit organization and help the victims of Haitian earthquake.
While the host of NYC-based concert promises to bring 'Creole 101', the presenter of L.A. concert says Jennifer Hudson will perform a song fans 'never heard her sing before.'
'Hope for Haiti' telethon adds the 'Material Girl' hitmaker on the line-up, while Bono and Jay-Z have Rihanna lending her vocal on charity single 'Stranded'.
The former rapper of The Fugees thinks that all the students and teachers in the arts school of his Yele foundation might lose their lives after the massive tremor destroyed his homeland of Haiti.
Wyclef Jean has canceled his shows in Australia to be able to spend time on helping Haitian earthquake victims, promising to perform at 2011 event.