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Stevie Wonder "So What The Fuss" new single,
Stevie Wonder "A Time To Love" new album

March 25, 2005

Stevie Wonder "So What The Fuss" new single, Stevie Wonder "A Time To Love" new album out on May 3rd, 2005.

Stevie Wonder's New Single, "So What The Fuss" Continues to Top Radio Charts: #1 Most Added Song At Crossover Radio #1 Most Added Song, Urban Radio #2 Most Added, AAA Radio Format.

Stevie Wonder continues to make a strong impression at radio this week with his first new studio single in nearly a decade, "So What The Fuss." The single is the #1 "Most Added Song" at both the Rhythm Crossover and Urban Adult Contemporary radio formats.

This week's radio trifecta follows up last week's record breaking debut on the Billboard Monitor Adult R&B chart, with the explosive single registering the highest number of debut spins (418) in the chart's history. The single also garnered the largest overall spin increase in the decade-long history of the format.

"A Time To Love," the much anticipated studio album from Stevie Wonder, has launched the across-the-board smash single, "So What The Fuss," with none other than legendary superstar Prince on guitar and En Vogue as the guest background vocalists. "A Time To Love" is scheduled to hit stores on May 3rd.

"A Time To Love is a statement within itself," Stevie Wonder has said of the new disc. "There's been a time for war, a time to imprison, a time to hurt and break down. More than ever we need a time to love."

Stevie Wonder has remained one of the truly essential artists of our lifetime. Winner of 22 Grammy awards, as well as an Academy Award, creator of more than 25 #1 Pop and R&B hits, with more than 70 million records sold, the youngest-ever Kennedy Center honoree and recipient of hundreds of awards -including the 2004 Billboard Century Award - the Michigan native emerged as the definitive artist of Motown's golden era to become one of the most prolific singer/songwriters in music history.