Justin Bieber joins Drake and more to sing 'Wavin' Flag' for Haiti
Justin Bieber and Drake have joined forces with other young Canadian artists to remind us that while media coverage may have waned, Haiti still needs our help after the devastating January 12 earthquake.
Bieb appears in The Young Artists for Haiti "Wavin' Flag" video which features over 50 musicians brought together "We Are the World"-style, including Nelly Furtado, Fefe Dobson, and Avril Lavigne and her ex-husband Deryck Whibley.
Bieber will attend the Juno Awards (often described as the "Canadian Grammys") Sunday night (April 18), where he is nominated for Album of the Year, New Artist of the Year, and Pop Album of the Year.
Bieber is performing at the ceremony, and his Facebook hints that in addition to his solo performance, he may join the Young Artists for Haiti for a live "Wavin' Flag" performance. "Juno Awards tonight... going to be a part of something special..never forget where you came from," Bieber writes, including a link to the "Wavin' Flag" video.
Though he may have taken the US by storm, Bieber certainly hasn't forgotten where he comes from. "was just thinking about it..i started busking and now I am going to the Juno Awards. US i love you but dreams come true in Canada too. lol. Im living the Canadian dream this weekend," reads his Facebook status from April 17.
Fans can show support for the Haitian people and the Young Artists for Haiti by purchasing "Wavin' Flag" on iTunes or donating directly via the Young Artists for Haiti Facebook page.
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