Stevie Wonder has ended his eight-year album drought by announcing that 2014 will bring not just one, but two brand new albums filled with plenty of original material.
The 63 year-old said that recent events in his life, such as his divorce from Karen Millard-Morris, had inspired him to head back into the recording studio.
Additionally, Wonder said that he’d been drawing inspiration from hip-hop: “I listen a lot to rap, and I’m inspired to take it, to use it in another way, to get the message across,” he said, via Sky News.
His first studio efforts since 2005′s “A Time To Love” will be titled “When The World Began,” which is being produced by David Foster, and “Ten Billion Hearts.” For “When The World Began,” Foster will produce reworked versions of several of Stevie’s biggest hits played with a symphony orchestra, according to Rolling Stone.
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