Lady Gaga may also join, as Universal Music artists hope to be ready this week
The world’s biggest record label is aiming to have the effort completed by week’s end, with proceeds going to the Japanese Red Cross.
Bieber, 17, said in an emotional Tweet: “Japan is one of my favorite places on earth … it’s an incredible culture with amazing people. My prayers go out to them. We all need to help, by being one of the first on board for the project.”
R&B star Ne-Yo is already in Japan playing charity shows and aiming to raise $100,000 for victims.