Sting Pays Respect To The Women He Had The ‘Privilege To Collaborate’ With Throughout His Career

Sting shared a post on his official Instagram page celebrating International Women’s Day with a different approach to this special day by sharing a video complication in which he revealed a few female musicians he worked with throughout his career.

As you already know, International Women’s Day is a holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to celebrate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic accomplishments of women globally in addition to being a representation of the women’s rights movement, bringing attention to important issues such as equality of sexes, feminism, and violence against women.

For this special day, many musicians and bands shared posts on their official social media accounts in order to celebrate the women in their lives along with other strong women who are the best at what they do and are great representatives for young women whether it’s about sports, music, or art.

Recently, Sting shared a post on his official Instagram page revealing a video in which there are female musicians he had the opportunity to work with throughout his career such as Mary J. Blige with whom he worked on a single titled ‘Whenever I Say Your Name’ back in 2003, Mylene Farmer with whom he collaborated on the song ‘Stolen Car,’ and many more.

Here is what Sting said:

“In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, here are just a handful of the incredibly talented women I’ve had the privilege to meet and collaborate with throughout my career. Every day is your day.”

You can see the Instagram post here.