Queen of Earth Beyoncé is doing her part to help affected areas rebuild following a series of debilitating natural disasters. Bey teamed up with Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin and DJ Willy William to record a remix of their summer hit, Mi Gente, singing in Spanish on the track.

"I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane and earthquake relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and other affected Caribbean islands," she wrote on her website.

Proceeds from the song will benefit hurricane and earthquake relief charities like UNICEF and Somos Una Voz to help with recovery efforts after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, and the earthquakes in Mexico City.

It was released Thursday night, along with a set of Instagram photos and videos from Beyoncé, and is already #1 on iTunes.

This isn't Beyoncé's first charitable act—she recently stepped up in her hometown of Houston, which suffered devastating flooding and damage during last month's Hurricane Harvey. To help, she launched BeyGOOD Houston, which teamed up with Bread of Life, Greater Houston Community Foundation, and Texas Southern University to provide supplies and other relief to those displaced by the hurricane.

For more information on Beyonce's relief efforts, check out her website.