Mr. Nick Presents A Tribute To Stevie Wonder Vol. 1

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<a href=""> Mr. Nick should be a doctor, or at least a male nurse or something, for his ability to load any sample with 100ccs of soul. While adding any amount of flavor to a Stevie Wonder sample should be like emptying a glass of water into the ocean, Nick manages to do each track justice on the <a href="">second installment</a> of his monthly tribute series.


“The City’s Still The Same…”

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Travel to any major city and one image manages to stand the test of the time.


Video: John Legend x Stevie Wonder – “Ordinary People” Live

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Fan footage of a surprise appearance by <a href="">Stevie Wonder</a> @ a recent <a href="">John Legend</a> show.


Usher Feat. Nicki Minaj – “Lil’ Freak”

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The <a href="">papers must signed, sealed & delivered</a> because Usher's back where he belongs.


Beatnick & K-Salaam Present… Never Can Say Goodbye

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Before this year, I hadn't heard too much about Beatnick & K-Salaam.

The Wonder Of Stevie

“The Wonder Of Stevie…”

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I've read several different autobiographies & biographies over the past several months.


8.29 The Cooler

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That's All You Need To Know About Jessica Roxas How To Burn In Hell: Stevie Wonder Twitter Page [Urban Daily] UNCDUKESPN [Buzz/Bull] Chad Ochocinco Wants You to Help Him Tweet During Games [NFL Fanhouse] The Koalition’s Back To School Playlist [Koalition] It Was All Good [...].

The Marvelettes

Mayer Hawthorne’s Fave Five

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Mayer Hawthorne is a man of distinction -- he wears argyle sweaters, neckties and sunglasses five days out of seven, and subsists on breakfast foods two of three square meals a day.


Your Morning Funk – “Boogie On Reggae Woman”

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When we do these things, it won't always be a chune classified as "Funk" but it'll always be funky.


“You Need To Grow Up…DJ’ing Will Get You No Where.”

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For every <a href="">Dennis Miller</a> & <a href="">Bill O'Reilly</a> trying to knock Hip-Hop's newfound connection to politics, there's a Neil Armstrong.

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