It has been confirmed today that both Katy Perry and Adam Lambert will join a list of big music biz names who have contributed their voices to a new version of ‘Imagine’ by John Lennon.
The project, created by UNICEF, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Other stars joining Perry and Lambert on the project include Cody Simpson, Nicole Scherzinger and will.i.am.
However, UNICEF also want the public to get involved in the #IMAGINE project…
The organisation is urging the public to download an app which will enable them to record their own lines on the song alongside the performers who have contributed.
It will be then up to to DJ and producer David Guetta to create a multi-lingual version of the track combining contributes from the general public and the aforementioned music biz VIPs.
The app is entitled ‘Touchcast’ and is available to download from the App Store, so make sure you get yours soon so that your voice heard. How amazing to become part of something so truly historic!
Original creator John Lennon and Yoko Ono also appear in the clip alongside a number of big artists in music for the project.
A spokeswoman for the charity has stated that the money raised from the #IMAGINE campaign will be used to support health, education, sanitation and emergency relief programs for UNICEF in 190 countries.
It’s likely that the video project starring the public will be released before the end of the year as David Guetta will be given the month of December to make a remix.
If you haven’t yet seen the video for UNICEF’s #IMAGINE, then check it out below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.