On Thursday night, Beyoncé unveiled her latest effort to raise funds for hurricane and quake relief in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and islands across the Caribbean. "To help go to Beyonce.com/reliefefforts", she wrote on her website. She was even named the most charitable celebrity of 2016 by DoSomething.Org in December for all of her humanitarian efforts.
The song is mostly in Spanish and features Beyoncé "rap-singing" Spanish as well as English lyrics.
Her newest endeavor comes in the form of a song.
Courtesy Parkwood EntertainmentWe haven't heard any new music from Beyonce since Lemonade came out past year - understandable, given that she's the mother of newborn twins. Lopez also said she would be donating $1 million to the cause.
Damaged and destroyed homes are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017.
Hurricane Maria, the most powerful storm to hit Puerto Rico in almost 90 years, has killed at least 16 people on the island and more than 30 across the Caribbean.
You can check out the newly redone version of "Mi Gente" down below.
Titled "Mi Gente" - which translates as "My People" from Spanish - the single features Beyonce singing in Spanish, French and English, the languages spoken in numerous areas hit by the hurricanes.
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