“One World: Together At Home” 79-track album
(Photo: Global Citizen Official Website)

The compilation album of the benefit concert "One World: Together at Home" is available for streaming. Music fans all over the world can reminisce over and over the memorable renditions of the star-studded event which aired on April 18, Saturday.

"One World: Together at Home" concert gathered multigenerational musical greats for one single cause - to support COVID-19 efforts affecting the whole world today. The show attracted almost 21 million viewers in the U.S. alone and gathered $128 million in funds from corporate donors.

Hear once more the televised virtual performances from Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, Stevie Wonder, Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Elton John, Lizzo, Charlie Puth, Jennifer Hudson, Shawn Mendez, Camila Cabello, John Legend, Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, Sam Smith, and a whole lot more. Global Citizen's released soundtrack also contains numerous songs rendered before the main show aired from Ellie Goulding, Adam Lambert, Niall Horan, Kesha, Maren Morris, Hozier, among others. The commemorative album is fully packed with 79 tracks and has a total running time of four hours and five minutes, and was released through Universal Music Group. The event's creative director, Lady Gaga curated the line-up of the playlist.

Streaming platforms carrying the "One World: Together at Home" album are Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, and Tidal.

Earnings to be gained from the album streaming will benefit Global Citizen to support the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO), powered by the UN Foundation.

In a statement, Hugh Evans, Global Citizen co-founder and CEO said that "with the generous support of artists, record labels and the world's biggest streaming service," the album will be a source of needed provisions. He referred to the needed equipment and tools for healthcare and frontliners across the globe who are risking their own lives to save lives. With the "One World: Together at Home" album, he continued, "fans will be able to revisit their favorite performances." It will also give the opportunity for those who failed to catch the live show to experience the "historic global event."

Lady Gaga and Her Mom

Hugh Evans shared that Global Citizen had only two-and-a-half weeks to put together the all-star spectacular program "One World: Together At Home." He revealed that Lady Gaga's mother had a hand in organizing the huge project.

In an interview with Rolling Stones, the CEO believed it was a miracle that everything fell into place. He never imagined the possibility it can be pulled through in a limited time with limited resources.

Evans was challenged by Amina Mohammed, United Nations' Deputy Secretary-General to gather musical artists to help raise donations and awareness for COVID-19 causes. He then discussed it with WHO's Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom, who in turn called WHO's Ambassador For Mental Health, Cynthia Germanotta. The ambassador happened to be Lady Gaga's mother.

Lady Gaga, for her part, wished to bring the videos to "a whole new level" and with two-and-a-half weeks, she wanted to put together the event. There were underlying challenges in organizing the whole thing with Evans admitting to "a thousand hurdles to make this show."

The concert came out as a huge success even with the last-minute addition of the performance from the Rolling Stones. "One World: Together At Home" will definitely go down in history.