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The Long Beach rapper takes people in the '40s on a journey into the future in the official visuals for the latest single off his 'Bush' album.
The country-flavored track off Derulo's upcoming 'Everything Is 4' album features the R'n'B singer's vocals over Wonder's harmonica and Urban's banjo.
The concert, taped last week and airing on Monday night, February 16, also featured performances from Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Janelle Monae and John Legend among others.
The tribute concert, which will also feature performances from Ariana Grande, Jill Scott and Lady GaGa among others, will air on CBS on Monday, February 16.
In addition to Swift, Wonder, and Jonas, there would be also the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Shia LaBeouf, Anna Kendrick, and Meghan Trainor just to name a few.
Willie Nelson will join the three musicians for 'Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life - An All-Star Grammy Salute' on February 10.
A representative for the legendary singer confirms the baby's arrival, saying her name means purpose which is 'one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa.'
The two-hour concert, which will see several artists covering Wonder's most famous songs, will be taped at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles on February 10 before airing on CBS on February 16.
The veteran singer shoots down reports of his fiancee expecting three babies during an appearance on 'The View', saying that he is going to welcome a baby girl.
The triplets will be the ninth, tenth and eleventh children for the 64-year-old singer-songwriter.
The 64-year-old singer-songwriter said Mayor James Knowles wasn't seeing the full picture a month after a black teenager was killed by a white officer in Ferguson.
In her acceptance speech, supporting actress in motion picture winner Lupita Nyong'o called it 'a historical year in film'.
The French duo and the three stars are joining other performers like Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar and Pink at the awards-giving show which will be held on January 26.
The singer will perform his landmark album in its entirety at the annual House Full of Toys benefit in L.A.
Wonder, who headlines the event to raise awareness of poverty around the world, performs a cover of John Lennon's 'Imagine', while Keys promotes gender equality with 'Girl on Fire'.