Tinie Tempah, The Gorillaz Donate Charity Items For Japan Disaster Relief

posted April 11, 2011 12:33:00 PM CDT | 1 comments

Tinie Tempah, The Gorillaz Donate Charity Items For Japan Disaster Relief

EMI Records has pulled from their vast roster of artists and donated items on eBay to benefit the Red Cross relief efforts for Japan.

EMI Records artists Tinie Tempah and The Gorillaz are among the many who are offering aid to relief efforts in Japan. Along with the likes of Daft Punk, The Beatles and The Beach Boys, the acts have partnered with the Red Cross and eBay to donate memorabilia, listed on eBay to support efforts in the Asian nation.

UK emcee Tinie Tempah reportedly donated his pink blazer from the "Frisky" video. The Gorillaz have donated an authentic, limited edition lithography, autographed by the animated band's founders, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett.

All of the items in the EMI Family 4 Japan charity auction are available here, and running until April 21.

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