- 14 Oct 20
The two new tracks include collaborations with Cordae, Busta Rhymes, Chika, Rapsody, and Gary Clark Jr.
Stevie Wonder is entering a new phase of his career at age 70, launching a new imprint of Republic Records called So What's The Fuss Music. The new label takes its name from Wonder's 2005 collaboration with Prince. Wonder has spent nearly his entire career with Motown Records.
Wonder christened the new venture with the release of two songs, 'Where Is Our Love Song' featuring Gary Clark Jr., and 'Can't Put It In The Hands of Fate', which features contributions from Rapsody, Cordae, Chika, and Busta Rhymes.
"In these times, we are hearing the most poignant wake-up calls and cries for this nation and the world to, please, heed our need for love, peace and unity,” Wonder said in a statement.
To support underrepresented communities in America who have been badly impacted by the coronavirus crisis, Wonder has pledged all of the proceeds from Where Is Our Love Song to Feeding America.
Listen to the songs below.