PEOPLE has an exclusive pre-release of the song, which will be officially released Tuesday on iTunes. (Click here to download). Eighty-one cents from each download on iTunes will go towards breast cancer research.
It’s a cause especially close to Wade’s heart, who watched his loved ones battle the devastating disease when he was growing up.
“Breast cancer is something that has affected almost everyone,” Wade tells PEOPLE exclusively. “Both of my grandmothers battled this terrible disease. One of the things that makes making music such an amazing career is the opportunity to support and share a message, not just with words, but with music.”
The two singers also bonded while collaborating on the special project.
“Recording with such an original, stylistic artist as Luke was an honor and awesome experience,” says Mia Z. “Sharing the same passion for such a great cause created a friendship between us forever.”
A music video featuring breast cancer survivors will premiere at the 11th annual Frogs for the Cure home football game between TCU and West Virginia University on Oct. 29.
“We are very excited to kick off the second decade of Frogs for the Cure,” says Ann Louden, one of the organization’s executive team members and a breast cancer survivor. “With the talents of Luke Wade and Mia Z, we continue spreading the word nationally that together we can all make a difference.”