Lin-Manuel Miranda and J.Lo rerelease collab Pulse tribute single to benefit Orlando's OnePulse Foundation

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J-Lo and Miranda hard at work on the song in 2016 - PHOTO COURTESY JENNIFER LOPEZ/TWITTER
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  • J-Lo and Miranda hard at work on the song in 2016
Jennifer Lopez and Lin-Manuel Miranda are rereleasing their 2016 collaborative single "Love Make the World Go Round" and proceeds will benefit the OnePulse Foundation, going toward the National Pulse Memorial and the Pulse Museum.

J.Lo and Miranda broke the news during a Today Show interview on Tuesday. "It's the five-year anniversary of the Pulse tragedy, so we figured on the anniversary to rerelease the single which we really released out of a desire to do something in the face of this tragedy," said Miranda during the joint interview.



Lopez and Miranda originally released the single in July 2016 as a tribute to the lives lost in the Pulse nightclub massacre the month before.

"Love Make the World Go Round" is available as a digital single on all major online music and streaming platforms.





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