Rapper Snoop Dogg is the latest star to design a T-shirt to raise funds for the relief efforts in Japan.
Linkin Park star Mike Shinoda and British rockers Iron Maiden are selling shirts for the aid appeal following the devastating earthquake and tsunami, and now Snoop has followed their lead.
His garment shows a cartoon dog flashing the peace symbol, while a slogan - written inside the red circle of the country's flag - declares 'Keep Ya Head Up Japan'.
A statement from the star posted on Neff Headwear's website reads, "I got so much love for Japan and I hope that this Tee that I am doing with my Neff family will help make a difference. I said it before and I will say it again, Keep your Head Up Japan."
Profits from sales of the T-shirt will be donated to Operation Usa, which will distribute the funds to the victims of the disaster.
Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg's California Gurls collaborator Katy Perry has thanked her fans after they helped raise thousands of dollars for the Japanese Red Cross with cash donations at her tour concerts.
In a post on her Twitter.com page before Monday night's (21Mar11) show in Manchester, England, she writes, "Red Cross is here taking any donations for Japan! We've raised 10's of thousands of pounds already! Go Us!"