Mariah Carey, Faith Hill and Gwen Stefani are sharing their love for music with fans on exclusive new one-of-a-kind iPods.
The divas have filled iPods with their own downloaded delights as part of a fundraising effort to benefit Music Rising, an organisation that replaces lost or destroyed instruments in the hurricane-affected Gulf Coast region.
The iPods, which have been signed by the singers, are currently being auctioned off on the website - and more than 70 celebrities will be adding their own personal playlists to iPods in coming months.
These include U2s The Edge, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Madonna, Beyonce, Cher and Britney Spears.
A spokeswoman for says, "Each celebrity was given a new iPod which they autographed and Tonic pre-loaded with a playlist of 10 to 20 of the celebrities favourite songs.
"Beginning February 12th, between one and five separate iPod auctions will simultaneously launch every week."
Carey's playlist includes What'Chu Like by pal Da Brat, A Tribe Called Quest's Bonita Applebum and Flashing Lights (Explicit) by Kanye West, while Stefani's pop picks feature What I Like Most About You Is Your Girlfriend by The Special A.K.A., Lady Sovereign's I Got You Dancing and In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel.
Country star Hill selects Oh Happy Day and Dr. Feelgood by Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen's The Rising, Be Without You by Mary J. Blige and her husband Tim MCGraw's Live Like You Were Dying.