Ms. Hill shows her appreciation to fans and celeb friends.
The "Isn't She Lovely" singer turns 63.
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Stevie Wonder listens to music as he heads into Mastro restaurant in Beverly Hills for a late dinner. (Photo: JD Pht Bx & MCGM / Splash News)
Drake wasn't the only YMCMB artist who scored a feature from the legendary Stevie Wonder. The "Superstition" singer is also featured playing the harmonica on Morton's new single "Only One".(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Musical greats Kirk Franklin and Stevie Wonder brought down the house in 2006.
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Even though B. Smyth's fame is on the rise, he's still grinding. The star wants to do Stevie Wonder and James Brown covers and has high hopes of working with Kendrick Lamar.
Tune in tonight for a live B. Smyth performance at 6P/5C!