Christina Aguilera is using her iconic voice to help the victims of the recent hate crimes in Orlando this past weekend.

The singer released a new charity single "Change" that features an empowering message that we can all latch onto during these tough times. Xtina rallies listeners, belting a mindset that we're "waiting for a change to set us free" The lyric video for "Change" is posted above.  

 Aguilera released a statement on Thursday night, confirming that 100 percent of proceeds from U.S. download sales of the song will contribute to the National Compassion Fund, meant to help the victims of the horrific Pulse nightclub shooting. 

In her statement, Aguilera implored her fans to let love prevail in the face of great hardship: "We need to learn to love again, we need to learn that one person does make a difference; we need to keep love in our hearts," the singer wrote. "Change" is confirmed to be the first taste of the star's upcoming sixth studio album.

Next, take it back to a classic Christina Aguilera interview from the Fuse vaults when she talked about how she's grown in her career and personal life: