A host of big names have given songs to a new compilation album designed to raise funds for the Philippines relief efforts.
The country was recently struck by Typhoon Haiyan, which left more than 5,200 people dead.
A new 39-track album called ‘Songs for the Philippines’ is now being released to raise funds for the Red Cross, with the likes of Katy Perry, One Direction, Madonna and The Beatles mining their back catalogues for songs.
The record is collection of some of the biggest names around, with other acts including Lady Gaga, Bob Dylan, Eminem, U2, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and Justin Timberlake.
Some of the other musicians on the album, which is out now, are Justin Bieber, Adele and P!nk, whilst fun., Lorde and Kings of Leon also feature.
Some of the individual songs on the record include One Direction’s ‘Best Song Ever’, The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ and Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’.
All of the artists, record companies and music publishers working on the album have waived their fees.
Album is available for download now at iTunes