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Stevie Wonder leaves Motown to start his own record label; releases two new songs

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Stevie Wonder leaves Motown to start his own record label; releases two new songs

Stevie Wonder leaves Motown to start his own record label; releases two new songs

Stevie Wonder announces he started a label imprint under Republic Records and released new music.

He spent nearly 60 years at Motown.


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