Latino powerhouses Jennifer Lopez and Lin-Manuel Miranda teamed up to record a new song titled "Love Make the World Go Round." The song is a tribute to the victims lost during the Pulse Nightclub shooting and their families.
The pair both announced the news on Twitter on Monday.
"Love Make the World Go Round" does not have a release date yet, but when the track does come out, all of the proceeds will be donated to the Hispanic Federation, which is helping families after the massacre.
"What we got is love even when the sinners hate us / We cannot let them diminish or intimidate us / We sing out, we got the rhythm and the true on our side / We cut through the divide and we do it with pride," Miranda raps in the teaser.
Miranda, the "Hamilton" creator and star, has been nominated for countless awards and has won over a dozen, including the Pulitzer Prize, two Grammy's, an Emmy, and three Tony Awards, following the release of the musical about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, whose multiracial cast and hip-hop lyrics have transformed Broadway.
Actress, singer and producer Jennifer Lopez has been nominated over 50 times and has won nearly half of them. She is a 3-time American Music Awards, 4-time Billboard Music Awards, and an 8-time Billboard Latin Music Awards winner.
In acting, the female entertainer of the year, which she won in 2001 and 2001, also won the Teen's & Kids' Choice Awards, as well as the MTV Movie Awards.
Both Miranda and Lopez are of Puerto Rican heritage. The majority of the victims in the Orlando massacre were Latino, and many were Puerto Rican.