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On the latest episode of their new NPR podcast, Stretch and Bobbito sit down with the legendary Stevie Wonder. Live from his studio in L.A., Stevie talks about his role in establishing Martin Luther King Day, meeting Barack Obama while he was running for Senator and the passing of the late, great Prince. The 67-year-old singer also reflected on his own decorated career, including almost being dropped by Motown at the age of 14, writing classic songs like “Don’t You Worry Bout a Thing” and “I Can See the Sun In Late December,” and his upcoming album Through the Eyes of Wonder.

Listen below…

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