If you think the concept of International Women's Day is cheesy/problematic/[insert gripe here], you'll probably think "One Woman: A song for UN Women," described in a press release as "a musical celebration of women worldwide, featuring 25 artists from 20 countries across the globe" is corny, too.

OR you might want to get over yourself and be touched and feel empowered by these singers and performers from all regions including:

Ana Bacalhau (Portugal); Angelique Kidjo (Benin); Anoushka Shankar (India); Bassekou Kouyate (Mali); Bebel Gilberto (Brazil); Beth Blatt (US); Brian Finnegan (Ireland); Buika (Spain); Charice (Philippines); Cherine Amr (Egypt); Debi Nova (Costa Rica); Emeline Michel (Haiti); Fahan Hassan (UK); Idan Raichel (Israel); Jane Zhang (China); Jim Diamond (UK); Keith Murrell (UK); Lance Ellington (UK); Marta Gomez (Colombia); Maria Friedman (UK); Meklit Hadero (Ethiopia); Rokia Traoré (Mali); Vanessa Quai (Vanuatu); Ximena Sariñana (Mexico); Yuna (Malaysia).

The track will be globally available for download today at noon.