To join Snoop Dogg in Hamburg is none other than Colombian diva Shakira. The "Beautiful Liar" singer is the latest addition to Live Earth, a concert held to fight against global warming.
"Live Earth is about engaging a mass movement of people to take action against the climate crisis," Live Earth Founder and Producer Kevin Wall said. "The addition of internationally popular music acts like Shakira will help us reach millions of people across the globe."
Before Shakira, some artists like Enrique Iglesias, Chris Cornell and Katie Melua have agreed to take the bill. They will be backed up by a number of lesser-known musicians such as Jan Delay, Juli, Lotto King Karl, Mana, Michael Mittermeier, Reamonn, Roger Cicero, Sasha and Silbermond.
Live Earth will take place July 7 in several major cities all over the world. Beside Hamburg there will be concerts in New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro and Johannesburg.