We Are The World 25 For Haiti - Official Video

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  • Published on:  Friday, February 12, 2010
  • Recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier (Henson Recording Studios, formerly A&M Recording Studios) "We Are The World 25 For Haiti", in which Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie serve as executive producers and producers, was created in collaboration with executive producers Wyclef Jean, Randy Phillips and Peter Tortorici; producers Humberto Gattica and RedOne; and co-producers Rickey Minor, Mervyn Warren and Patti Austin to benefit the Haitian earthquake relief efforts and the rebuilding of Haiti.

    Academy Award-winning writer-director Paul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby), whose own personal efforts as well as those of Artists for Peace and Justice have already saved countless lives in Haiti, filmed the private recording session to create the accompanying video and behind-the-scenes production, and serves as Film Director and as an Executive Producer with Jones, Richie, Jean, Phillips and Tortorici.

    The 25th Anniversary recording features over 80 artists and performers. The recording of We Are The World 25 For Haiti embodied the same enthusiasm, sense of purpose and generosity as the original recording 25 years ago. Every one of the artists who participated, regardless of genre or generation, walked into the room with their hearts and souls completely open to coming together to help the people of Haiti.


  • La toñita💟
    La toñita💟  4 years ago +5602


  • Radoslaw Przylucki
    Radoslaw Przylucki  5 years ago +2511


  • freestreetpumper
    freestreetpumper  7 years ago +2526

    i admit it to, but look at him in the backround!!

  • SuperEesie
    SuperEesie  7 years ago +5451

    I wonder what T-Pains real voice sounds like O.O

  • Carolina .Relva
    Carolina .Relva  7 years ago +4755

    Enrique Iglesias ♥

  • Stefanie Just
    Stefanie Just  7 years ago +5081

    miley cyrus♥

  • Tiarra J.
    Tiarra J.  7 years ago +6249

    Sang this song as the last song of 8th grade, I had 3 parts, 1 of which was a solo for Michael Jacksons famous part. I was nervous out of my mind but so honored. I love this song. R.I.P Michael Jackson.

  • Bryant.th
    Bryant.th  7 years ago +3012

    My best part 5:50..:D xD

  • will miller
    will miller  7 years ago +1645

    i love how vince vaugn isnt a singer lol and hes in there hes outta place a li lbit lol

  • Mary251986able
    Mary251986able  7 years ago +3645

    while seeing and listening to this video cant help my tears from falling seeing those people and kids ... :(

  • Mary251986able
    Mary251986able  7 years ago +1834

    love this song...

  • Joey Stoltz
    Joey Stoltz  7 years ago +2527

    "artists of all ages"-BEIBER

  • GroberUnfug
    GroberUnfug  7 years ago +1468


  • ClovenBow2620
    ClovenBow2620  7 years ago +1362

    That's humans for ya

  • Alper Sanik
    Alper Sanik  7 years ago +282

    gut wern dkkkk

  • Adam Pantola
    Adam Pantola  7 years ago +5087

    I don't expect this to happen, but if these singers practiced what they preached, they can scavenge a measly $50,000 each and donate to Haiti. Some like Wyclef and Sandra Bullock did donate millions, but when you have $20,000,000 in the bank, what's 1/4 of 1 percent?

  • gianni asante
    gianni asante  7 years ago +2958

    I started crying

  • Mackenzie Mangan
    Mackenzie Mangan  7 years ago +2302

    To everyone sayin there din this for money this was a non profit event.and they chose to sing this they didn't have to

  • Joe Scuccimarra
    Joe Scuccimarra  7 years ago +2266

    Who can tell me all names of these singers? In order please

  • MrSnuggypums
    MrSnuggypums  7 years ago +2610

    kinda funny that almost all of them are mainstream artists doing this to get publicity and more fame, they sing about helping the people and afterwards they go home to their million dollar houses and dont give a fuck about the people of the world.