Rihanna and Justin Timberlake will work with Bollywood composer Aadesh Shrivastava for an anti-terrorism album.
Rihanna and Justin Timberlake have been signed up by Bollywood composer Aadesh Shrivastava to contribute in an anti-terrorism album following Mumbai attack in November 2008. Beside the two R&B singers, Indian violinist Kala Ramanathan has also been recruited by the composer.
“I’ve already invited these singers and they will participate,” Aadesh said. “I’ve recorded with that extraordinarily-talented violinist Kala Ramanathan and with Ustad Rashid Khan. Justin and Rihanna have also given their nod.”
“Mumbai has witnessed the worst ever massacre and I’m not interested in token gestures,” Aadesh revealed further. “That’s why I didn’t attend the peace rally at the Gateway Of India. All those thousands hopeful Mumbaikars who attended were in danger. Hardly any security was provided to them. What if there was an attack at the rally?”