Stevie Wonder has released two new songs and he also announced that he is leaving Motown Records, the label he’s been signed to as a recording artist nearly 60 years ago when he was just 11-year old.
The new songs are under his new label, What The Fuss Records and distributed through Universal Music Group’s Republic Records.
One of the song is “Can’t Put It In The Hands Of Fate,” and Rapsody, Cordae, Chika, and Busta Rhymes where featured, a song which he said was originally about a relationship, but then he updated the lyrics after “thinking about where we (are) in the world and thinking about how this is the most crucial time.”
While the second song is , “Where Is Our Love Song,” which features Gary Clark Jr, which he said that all the proceeds from the song will be going towards Feeding America.
“Change is right now. We can’t put it into the hands of fate. Ain’t nobody got time to wait,” he said.
Prior to this, Wonder had also announced last that last December he “was blessed with a new kidney” and that “I feel great. My voice feels great. I feel like I’m about 40 right now and I just thank everyone for the prayers and the love.”