Michael Jackson has finally begun recording a song he wrote for Hurricane Katrina victims.According to America's Billboard magazine, the sessions have taken place in a Los Angeles studio with Jackson participating via phone and satellite from London. Artists Snoop Dogg, Ciara and Shirley Caesar have been spotted at Los Angeles' Conway Studios - sparking rumours they feature on the record. Jackson worked on the single at a London recording studio earlier this month. The track was originally called 'From The Bottom Of My Heart' but is set to be renamed, according to Raymone Bain, Jackson's spokesperson.Bain added: "Michael didn't need as many artists as he originally had planned for"There are others who have to lay vocals as well. Michael plans on getting together with them for the chorus We still have several more steps before the song will be ready"