Funds raised will go to the workers of the music industry affected by the coronavirus
With thousands of concerts and tours cancelled around the world by the coronavirus, the music industry has been one of the most affected due to which a lot of people have had to leave work. In this situation, artists such as
, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and up the Rolling Stones have joined the initiative to customize face cloths to raise funds in favor of those who have lost their employment in the music.
With a cost of $ 15,
We Got You Covered
sells face cloths reusable with the logo some of artists of all kinds and genre. The sales will be donated to charities such as MusiCares, or Help Musicians.
The Weeknd, Imagine Dragons, Queen, Bob Marley, Black Sabbath, Frank Sinatra, Slipknot, Panther, BLACKPINK and 5 Seconds of Summer also participating in the initiative with their own designs of mask.
In this way, music fans can support the industry from home while use face cloths that are moving away from the traditional.
The pandemic has resulted in thousands of people around the world join together to raise money and designate it to different organizations. Just a week ago, was held the festival virtual Together at Homemade by Lady Gaga next to Global Citizen to collect more than $ 127 million that will be used to support to doctors, front-line workers and hospitals around the world.