A campaign rally in the Motor City turned into a mini-Stevie Wonder concert, where the Motown legend rolled out his first new songs in 15 years.

Stevie performed a four-song set, that featured classics like “Higher Ground,” and “Superstition” and his first new songs in 15 years, “Can’t Put The Hands of Fate” and “Where Is Our Love Song.”

“The only way we’re going to win this fight, a fight against injustice, is by voting,” Stevie told the crowd. “We must vote justice in and injustice out.” He added, “I feel this election here is the most important one of my lifetime."

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