After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, "A Time to Love," is due in stores October 18
It's been so long that Grammy winner Stevie Wonder works on his new record. And after several well-publicized delays "A Time to Love" finally is finished and will due in stores October 18.
As for the album delay, the musician explains "I was never afraid to put this out. That was never the issue - ever. I wanted it to sound contemporary but still be me. It was just a matter of getting it right."
The new record is consisting of 15 original tracks, which are all revolving around love theme. Moreover, the set also includes his duet with daughter Aisha Morris on "How Will I Know" and "Positivity," as well as the one with his son Kailand.
Guest contributors on "A Time to Love" include Kim Burrell on "If Your Love Cannot Be Moved" and India Arie on the title track. Other guest vocalists are Hubert Laws, Doc Powell, Paul McCartney, Narada Michael Walden and Brazilian guitarist Oscar Castro Neves.