Celebrating International Women’s Day on Monday, Chaka Khan released a remake of her debut 1978 solo single “I’m Every Woman” in collaboration with Broadway star Idina Menzel.
The duet kicked off international humanitarian organization CARE’s #IMEVERYWOMAN Women’s Day campaign, which celebrates the strength, resilience and leadership of women around the world throughout the month of March.
CARE has also dropped an accompanying music video, featuring activists, leaders and singers.
Khan said she is honored to lend her voice to celebrate and inspire women on International Women’s Day.
“I hope our rendition of ‘I’m Every Woman’ sheds light on the incredible strength of empowered women — women who are changing the world by leading their communities,” the 10-time Grammy winner said in a statement.
She added, “We especially pay tribute to the female heroes who have been at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19 this past year.”
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