Post Malone and Kurt Cobain fans will be in luck this Friday when musical worlds collide during a charity live stream. The Nirvana tribute concert is set to serve as a way to raise money for efforts surrounding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, Courtney Love has shared her thoughts on the upcoming fundraiser for the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

In an Instagram post, the Hole lead vocalist acknowledged the concert, which surrounds the music of her late husband.

After thanking the "Circles" musician and the World Health Organization, she then expressed her gratitude for Google due to their commitment to match $5M in donations. Additionally, Love then thanked CORE, which is an effort that is working on the ground to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the NHS (National Health Service).

Cobain was referenced as well, specifically his writing ability. Love's thank you post also showed appreciation for the longevity of the music, as she said they are songs "that the kids still want to sing and play and hear and use to fight and hunt and cure and heal and eradicate this [expletive] covid19 virus."

"I approve the usage," she concluded.

Post Malone himself also shared a video about his show on YouTube on Wednesday. After a short clip of him performing live, fans were given information about when they could see it. The performance, which can be seen on his YouTube channel, will begin at 6:00 p.m. EDT. He also shared 817-270-6440, which is a phone number that his followers can text for more information.

As for what music will be featured during Friday's live stream, Rolling Stone reports that a press release revealed that he will "perform a set of Nirvana hits and fan favorites." However, the official setlist has not been released, so fans will have to tune in to see if he covers any of the grunge band's classic songs, such as "Smells Like Teen Spirit," "Come As You Are," and "About A Girl."

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Singer Courtney Love arrives for the gala presentation of "The Disaster Artist" at the AFI Film Festival in Los Angeles, California, Nov. 12, 2017. Reuters/Mike Blake