14 comments on “We Are The World (25 For Haiti)

  1. Nice video… hanga talaga ako sa America pag gumagawa ng tribute videos. We are the World yung original at yung Christmas song ang pinaka favorite ko. At saka yung isa pa, with Britney, Justin, Janet J., ect..nalimutan ko na yung title but I remember it was released early 2000.

  2. The message is important alright, but if you don’t believe in the messenger then the effort is futile. I’m sad and disappointed in a musical point of view 😦
    Sana nag-participate man lang yung ibang bigatin. It would have brought the house down kung andun si Eminem and Mariah tapos duet sila 😀

  3. I still get goosebumps when I hear this song. I love this version too. Especially the LL Cool J and Snoop Dogg part. 😀

    Is it necessary to put all the big names in the music industry to make this video? For me, what is important is the reason why they made this video. The artists who shared their talents to make it, is enough to help the people of Haiti.

    on a lighter note, I flipped out when I saw Adam levine ❤

    What's going on by Marvin Gaye ba yung song na tinutukoy mo?

  4. sarap pakinggan neto…love the rap part 🙂 sa youtube andaming nagrereklamo, di daw maganda. sus! anyway…thanks for posting it sir. with the help of your site, i get updated with stuffs like this 🙂

  5. as somebody said, “this is not we are the world. this is ‘we are celebrities, look at us and pay us!'” LOL.

  6. Thanks for posting and sharing this video, Chico. Magandang dating nung rap part. Made the song in line with our times now 😉 May be you can post the original version din para makita ng iba how apt naman yung dati sa panahon nu’n and yung version ngayon sa panahon ngayon… just my idea.

    Anyway, thanks again for sharing.

  7. It’s rare nowadays for me to be moved by a video/song…granted, i’m not the type to be so easily touched when watching movies and such, but this one really hits the spot…the kind that gives me goosebumps when i heard celine dion’s part, and started by jennifer hudson…and it’s so cool to see jaime fox and the others do the rap part…somehow for me, it shows not only how these artists with their diverse music can be as one, but it also showcased how the music (and the industry) has evolved and yet remained the same…by the way, the part with mj is really poignant…so, my thanks to you chico, for sharing this one. :0)

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