Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan Dazzle at Five-Hour Prince Tribute ConcertChaka Khan and Wonder shared the stage for a duet of "I Feel for You" off Prince's debut album, and Wonder played harmonica. Then they launched into a rousing performance of "1999."
3 Artists Bruno Mars Should Include on His New AlbumMars just announced his new single "24K Magic," which has us anxious to hear his new album.
Common Releases Powerful 'Black America Again' Featuring Stevie WonderThe video begins with footage of the Alton Sterling shooting.
Christina Aguilera, John Mayer & More to Perform at Prince Tribute ConcertIt's finally going down October 13th in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Michelle Obama Gets her Freak on with James Corden, Missy Elliott in 'Carpool Karaoke'"Do you mind if we listen to some music?" the First Lady asks Corden. "I rarely get to listen to music in the car. Crank it up."
Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder Speak Out Following Week of Tragedy"I am praying for a full recovery of the seven others injured. No violence will create peace. Every human life is valuable. We must be the solution."
Billboard Music Awards: Celebrities Post After-Show PhotosHere are some of the best photos stars like Ludacris, Nick Jonas and Pink shared after the #BBMAs.
Madonna Performs 'Nothing Compares 2 U' in Billboard Awards Tribute to PrinceShe was joined by Stevie Wonder during her tribute.
Stevie Wonder, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers to Play 2016 New Orleans Jazz FestThe festival will hold a tribute to Allen Toussaint, who passed away in November. Toussaint helped define and shape New Orleans music, so a Jazz Fest memorial is entirely fitting.
Zac Brown, Demi Lovato, Usher & More Added to Musicares Concert for Lionel RichieThey join a star studded lineup featuring Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum and Pharrell Williams.
Stevie Wonder's Divorce Finalized in Los AngelesThe ruling forces the Grammy-winning singer to shell out $25,000 a month in child support.
Listen to Classic McCartney, Wonder Duet 'Ebony and Ivory' RemixedThe iconic duet was the number one song in the country for seven weeks in 1982.