Stevie Wonder: From A Revolutionary Voice In Music To A Voice Against, Injustice, Poverty & Racism
Life might have given Stevie Wonder a rough start, but the R&B legend proved to be a worthy match indeed. Apart from being blind, he has not only survived car crashes and death threats but also thrived for more than five decades in the cut-throat music business.
As one of the best-selling music artists of our generation, Wonder has over 100 million records sold worldwide. As an inspiration for other physically impaired individuals and humanity in general, Wonder has been a beacon of hope in periods of despair, a voice of the historically disenfranchised, and a towering figure against injustice, racism, and apartheid.
The Living Legend Of R&B, Funk, Soul, and Electronic Music
From his younger days of playing the harmonica while clapping his hands as Little Stevie Wonder to being a 25-time Grammy-winning musical icon, Wonder’s talent as a performer and songwriter is unrivaled. His services as a musician and humanitarian even earned him a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.
Over the years, Wonder has churned out no less than 32 number one hit singles. We just love how his discography is full of tunes and lyrics that promote peace, love, and romance while simultaneously rejecting stereotypes, racism, injustice, and inequality.
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