Pop singer Ariana Grande on Wednesday released a new single aimed at helping those hurt by last month’s terror attack in Manchester, England, according to a new report.

A live recording of Grande’s cover of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” performed at Sunday's "One Love Manchester" benefit concert is now available on multiple streaming platforms, E! News reported Wednesday.

The song, which closed out Grande’s set at the show last weekend, is reportedly part of 39-song One Love Manchester album now available on Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal.


The album’s proceeds will purportedly go to a charity benefiting the victims of last month’s attack, which killed at least 22 people and wounded almost 60 more.

E! News reported that Grande previously re-released her 2014 hit “One Last Time” as charity single in response to the incident.

“Spotify is making an additional, sizeable donation on behalf of our users to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund in aid of the British Red Cross,” a spokesperson told E! News Wednesday.

Grande’s benefit concert last Sunday raised $3.49 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and included performances by other musicians such as Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Pharrell Williams.

The Red Cross in a statement Monday said that nearly $13 million has been raised for the fund since a suicide bombing at the end of Grande’s May 22 show in Manchester.

Sunday’s concert occurred one day after a second terror attack in England, an incident in London that killed seven people and injured at least 48 others.