Justin Bieber And Lady Gaga Do Their Part For Japan

Universal Music Group, along with Sony, EMI, and Warner, have released a compilation to help aid the victims of Japan's earthquake and Tsunami. The collection of songs, titled "Songs For Japan", is being sold exclusively online, and all artists involved have agreed to waive any royalties to the music which means that every penny earned from the sales will go straight to the relief effort. Many musicians are featured on the 38 song track list, and Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga just confirmed that they would also be a part of this cause-worthy project.

"I love the people and the culture of Japan. We all need to do our part to help," Bieber told AOL Music.

To do your part, visit iTunes and purchase the compilation- it's $9.99 and 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Japanese Red Cross.