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Beyoncé just dropped a 🔥 remix for a good cause

Forget Despacito. (JK, still loving it, even though summer is over and it’s officially sweater weather).

In all honesty, though, J. Balvin and Willy Williams’ Mi Gente was a serious threat to Despacito even when that song was at its peak, before Taylor Swift came to retake her No. 1 spot with Look What You Made Me Do. Now, however, everybody on the Billboard charts needs to watch out, because Queen Bey has entered the ring and she did not come to play.

Y’all, she came to sing in Spanish. It’s everything.

MORE IMPORTANTLY, THOUGH, she’s championing a larger humanitarian effort: Her proceeds from the purchase of the remix will benefit hurricane relief charities serving Puerto Rico, Mexico and the Caribbean. She announced her contribution in an Instagram post.

Forget the wave — it’s all about the rollercoaster rn

Fun fact: I could have written this post entirely in emoji. It would have looked something like this:

🚫🌊 + 👮+ 🎢 =🎉

BFA-St. Albans School Resource Officer Will Furnari works the student section last weekend during a powderpull football game in St. Albans, Vt.

Another fun fact: Furnari, a Hartland native and Hartford High grad, is the son of former Valley News reporter Susan Boutwell.

What is the rollercoaster, you ask? It’s the crowd cheer we’ve all been sleeping on, apparently. (Seriously. Look how fun it is!)

Are you watching Dartmouth’s Ivy opener?

Dartmouth College football plays Holy Cross on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, during Dartmouth's home opener in Hanover, N.H. (Amanda E. Newman photograph)

Dartmouth College football plays Holy Cross on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, during Dartmouth’s home opener in Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth won in overtime, 27-26. Big Green will match up with Penn tonight in Philadelphia to open Ivy League play. (Amanda E. Newman photograph)

It’s on right now!

Big Green takes on Penn at 7 p.m. in the Ivy League opener in Philadelphia. Reporter Tris Wykes is on the sidelines and will have all the action for you in Saturday’s Valley News.

Here’s hoping tonight’s game will be as exciting as last week’s, which went to overtime and was v fun (Dartmouth eventually won the nailbiter, 27-26).

Tune in to NBC Sports Network to watch.