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Stevie Wonder rejects ‘all lives matter’ in first new music in four years

Alongside two politically charged new songs, Wonder hints at first new album since 2005

Stevie Wonder has released two new politically charged songs – his first new music in four years – and hinted at his first new full-length album since 2005.

Speaking in a live-streamed press conference, Wonder announced two tracks: Where Is Our Love Song, with four-time Grammy winner Gary Clark Jr on guitar, and Can’t Put It In the Hands of Fate, featuring the rappers Busta Rhymes, Rapsody, Cordae and Chika. He also mooted a new EP that the songs would feature on, ahead of a “new project” called Through the Eyes of Wonder, with “lots of songs” already written for the latter.

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