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Watch Stevie Wonder Win His First GRAMMY For "Superstition" In 1974 | GRAMMY Rewind

In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, rock 'n' roll icons Chuck Berry and Little Richard present Wonder—and his beaming mother—with the GRAMMY for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Superstition."

In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, rock 'n' roll icons Chuck Berry and Little Richard present Stevie Wonder—and his beaming mother—with the GRAMMY for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Superstition."

The groovy "Superstition," released in October 1972 on Tamla/Motown as the lead single to Wonder's 15th studio album, Talking Book, won for Best Rhythm & Blues Song that night. "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life," the album's second and only additional single, won for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male. 

Later in the night, Wonder's next album, Innervisions, released in August 1973, less than a year after Talking Book, would win the prestigious Album Of The Year gramophone, rounding out an epic run at the 1974 GRAMMYs.

GRAMMY Rewind: Stevie Wonder Shares His First GRAMMY Win With His Mom


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