Christina Aguilera Just Released A Song For The Orlando Victims And It’s Beautiful
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Grab your tissues. Here come more tears.
Christina Aguilera has now joined the growing list of celebs and companies donating money for the victims and families affected by the Orlando gay club shooting. In honor of the victims, Aguilera has released a new, heartfelt and emotional ballad called “Change.” The song calls for everyone to combat hate by being the most unapologetic person they can be. It also gives hope of change that will better our communities.
“We all have the choice to spread love, encourage individuality and make a difference to others – we are all in this together, as one, united in love,” Aguilera wrote about her song on her website. “Like so many, I want to help be part of the change this world needs to make it a beautiful inclusive place where humanity can love each other freely and passionately.”
According to Billboard, Aguilera’s reps have confirmed that 100 percent of proceeds from the song will be donated to the National Compassion Fund for Orlando. The song was released on iTunes on June 17, five days after the shooting at Pulse Nightclub. The music video was released the day before.
“Waiting for a change to set us free/Waiting for the day when you can be you and I can be me/Waiting for hope to come around/Waiting for the day when hate is lost and love is found/Waiting for a change, waiting for a change,” Aguilera sings.