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Stevie Wonder to release two albums next year

Washington, Oct 30 : Stevie Wonder has revealed that he has planned to release two albums next year, including some new-written songs and is working on a third album.


The 63-year-old singer said that his album would be called 'When the World Began', in collaboration with producer David Foster, and 'Ten Billion Hearts', CBS News reported.

The singer, who filed for a divorce last year, admitted that his children, family, change, growth and heartbreaks were the inspiration for his new music.

Wonder also added that he has used hip-hop elements to convey political messages across.

--ANI (Posted on 30-10-2013)

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