Beyonce goes trilingual in remix

Beyonce has released a surprise single on which she sings in Spanish, English and French to raise relief money for those affected by hurricanes in the Caribbean and earthquakes in Mexico.

Beyonce is featured on a remix of J. Balvin and Willy William’s Mi Gente, which means “my people” in Spanish. The single was released Thursday night.

In an English verse on Mi Gente, Beyonce sings, “lift up your people, from Texas Puerto Rico, dem islands to Mexico.”

Beyonce says on her website that she’s donating all of her proceeds from the song to relief efforts. The site also includes links directing fans to fundraising sites.

Strait, Brooks among benefit stars

An all-star lineup of country stars including George Strait, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire and more will play a benefit concert in Nashville to raise money for those affected by recent hurricanes.

The Country Rising concert on Nov. 12 will also include performances by Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride and Chris Stapleton.

The concert will benefit the Country Rising Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. It’s a fund established to help victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria, which have affected Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands.

Young Dolph shooting unsolved

Officials say a man arrested after rapper Young Dolph was shot outside a Hollywood hotel has been released without charges.

The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office says prosecutors have asked police to further investigate whether Corey McClendon, 43, had a role in Tuesday’s shooting.

Young Dolph, 32, of Memphis, Tenn., was critically injured in the shooting outside the Loews Hollywood hotel. His real name is Adolph Thornton Jr.

Detectives are investigating whether he was targeted as part of a hip-hop rivalry.