Stevie Wonder planning gospel album

The Showbiz 411 website is reporting that Stevie Wonder is keen to do a gospel album.

According to the website, the legendary singer-songwriter is planning two new albums.

One is reportedly an album of gospel songs, whilst the other will feature remixed versions of unreleased material.

He told the website he wanted to call the latter ‘I Remember Me’.

It’s been six years since the 61-year-old released his last album, “A Time 2 Love”.

After all these years, Wonder is still recording with Motown, the first record label he signed to at the tender age of 11.

His string of hits includes “I Just Called to Say I Love You” and “Superstition”.

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