Stevie Wonder Drops Two New Songs & Starts His Own Label
After spending nearly 60 years with the legendary Motown Records, musical icon Stevie Wonder is following in the steps of many artists nowadays and starting his own label.
In celebration of the launch of his new label "So What The Fuss Music" in partnership with Republic Records, Wonder released two new songs on Tuesday, relevant to the current state of affairs in the world: "Where Is Our Love Song?" featuring Grammy Award winner and Austin native Gary Clark Jr. and "Can't Put It In The Hands Of Fate" featuring hip hop stars Rapsody, Cordae, Chika and Busta Rhymes.
According to the Detroit Free Press, proceeds from the sales of "Where Is Our Love Song?" will go to Feeding America, a nonprofit organization of nationwide food banks.
Wonder went on to add that these songs could be part of a larger EP of new music featuring himself and various artists sometime in the near future. And with the current state of the world, we can use some good vibes from the legend.
Give these tracks a listen and tell us what you think!