Tremayne Blair is just starting his musical career, but he's already planning to donate some of the money he makes on his first single to the Japanese victims.
"Yes, it looks like all hope is lost. So many lives taken...but if you could just take a split second and look way past all that, and trust and believe in here, there's good coming out of the situation," said artist Tremayne Blair.
Tremayne Blair is working on his first studio album. The first single "There's Good Coming Out of Your Situation" was inspired by the devastation in Japan.
"It's something that really, really struck my heart," said Blair. "I just want to send as much encouragement as possible to the victims over there, just keep holding on."
Blair is not just singing his support. In a partnership with the American Red Cross, proceeds from the song will be sent to the earthquake and tsunami victims.
"Maybe we can provide some relief for the people our hearts go out to, because of their struggle and the tragedy they've been through," said Joan Isom with the Woods River chapter of the American Red Cross.
The album is still a work in progress. The first single should be available on itunes in mid-April. Blair doesn't know how much money he will raise for the Japanese, but he's optimistic.
"Buy the song because there is those who need hope and encouragement. Help me give to them," asked Blair.
The album should be available by the end of spring.