Stevie Wonder has released two new songs for the first time in four years after leaving Motown Records and setting up his own record label.
The piano-playing music icon released Where Is Our Love Song and Can’t Put It In The Hands Of Fate on Tuesday, with a label other than Motown Records – after almost six decades under the legendary imprint.
Instead they were released under Wonder’s So What The Fuss Music – distributed through Universal Music Group’s Republic Records.
It marks a major move for the 70-year-old, who was signed to Motown Records at the age of 11.
Wonder made the announcement in a virtual news conference, where he also added it was the first time he had released two new songs on the same day.
The move away from Motown marks a major shift for the 70-year-old, who was signed to record label at the age of 11.
— Sky news