Mya is queen in killing everything she touches, and has made this more than clear since she stepped on the scene over 25 years ago with the classic, ‘All About Me.’
She has since become R&B royalty, with releasing over 8 albums, gone on multiple tours, and starring in various movies and television shows.
So, when the 20th anniversary of one of her highest charting songs came around, she celebrated on her social media in the best, most nostalgic way possible.
The post was captioned,
It shows off a clip from the video, behind-the-scenes footage of all the girls, and enough drawings, performances, awards, and more to show off the very receipts that prove the monstrous song’s impact in music (all during Women’s History Month too, an added bonus).
And Mya wasn’t the only who took to the ‘gram to celebrate, some of the other ladies, did the same.
Christina Aguilera wished the track a happy anniversary, asking her followers to sing her infamous notes (as if we could).
Missy Elliott even took to her social media to show off the legendary track.
The anniversary of the song comes on the heels of the original, being inducted into the Library of Congress 2021’s National Recording Registry’s class.
And you know the reigning queen, Ms. Patti La-fricking-Belle had to wish all its success well.
Labelle’s #LadyMarmalade has been inducted into the @LibraryofCongress‘ National Recording Registry for long term preservation. @sarahasindash, @nonahendryx and I are truly humbled and grateful! Thank you to the Library of Congress and all of you for supporting us all of these years!
The Library of Congress labeled it “audio treasure worthy of preservation for all time.”
Yasss! We love to see the greats being celebrated on the platforms they deserve. Makes us all fuzzy inside.
As for Mya, she has a new banging single out titled, True Love, which has her in full promo mode.
And if you’re feeling nostalgic like we are, watch the full ‘Lady Marmalade’ video, featuring Mya, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Missy Elliott, and Lil Kim, below: