Rachel Wammack released her version of “A Million Dreams” today, now available via all streaming platforms and digital retailers. Listen here. The song is originally performed in the 2017 film The Greatest Showman by Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams. Wammack lent her vocals to a reimagined version of the track, which serves as the promotional anthem for discovery+, a brand new global streaming service announced today by Discovery, Inc. The discovery+ promo spot featuring Wammack’s cover of “A Million Dreams” can be viewed here.

“I have been singing ‘A Million Dreams’ around my house since I first heard it in The Greatest Showman,” said Wammack. “I am thrilled that I had the opportunity to record this song, and that it will have a part in introducing the discovery+ app to the world.”

discovery+ will serve as the definitive real life streaming service, offering content from Discovery’s brands and popular passion verticals, including lifestyle and relationships; home and food; true crime; paranormal; adventure and natural history; as well as science, tech and the environment.

“A Million Dreams” follows a string of critically-acclaimed new music from Wammack this year. She recently released “What He Does,” which is “a lilting, R&B-infused song tailor-made for her expressive voice” (People) and an ode to the singer’s husband and his unwavering love and support for her. Written by Wammack, Jimmy Robbins and Eric Arjes, the track “shows off her powerful, soaring pipes” (Billboard ). Wammack also recently shined on “Quick, Fast, In A Hurry,” a duet with Rascal Flatts which appeared on their latest EP, and her heartfelt “When I Say Amen,” praised as “a piano ballad that works as a spiritual balm for a world that has plunged into pandemic darkness” by MusicRow.