R&B star Ne-Yo has become the latest celebrity to offer his services to the relief effort in Japan - he has created a line of charity T-shirts to raise funds for the survivors of this month's earthquake and tsunami disasters.
The So Sick hit-maker is following in the footsteps of his music peers Snoop Dogg, Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, and Solange Knowles by designing a special shirt to benefit relief organizations helping the Japanese clean up after the natural disasters.
Ne-Yo's T-shirts feature the message 'Spread love with music', with a big heart and music notes drawn in marker pen alongside his autograph.
He says, "You can absolutely spread love through music, and I think that's what's called for in this time of crisis."
The shirts are being sold on the singer's website for $10 each.