Demi Lovato, Backstreet Boys, Andra Day and More Support Musicians in Need Through MusiCares Challenge

After bringing the audience to its feet at the Grammy Awards earlier this year, Demi Lovato is supporting The Recording Academy to raise awareness for the music community – and it turns out the singer is a member of the Beyhive.

Dubbed the #MusiCaresChallenge, The MusiCares Foundation‘s new social media campaign aims to raise funds for its healthcare programs by urging celebrities and their fans to post a photo or video with their favorite album and make a donation to the organization.

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The newly single singer, 23, chose to pose with Beyoncé’s new album Lemonade in her photo, and others who have joined in on the campaign include The Avett Brothers, The Backstreet Boys, Brandy Clark, Andra Day, Troye Sivan and more.

Take the #MusiCaresChallenge! Post a pic, tag friends & donate to support @MusiCares: https://t.co/oCXYhBynZLpic.twitter.com/UZ7lk1LzTq

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 1, 2016

“As the music industry’s Red Cross, MusiCares is rooted in the collective spirit of the creative community, whose members have an unspoken bond and self-imposed sense of duty to one another as brothers and sister in music,” says MusiCares president and CEO Neil Portnow.

The monthlong challenge runs through July 4.

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