Stevie Wonder hosted a party at the Peppermint Club in Los Angeles on Tuesday, and during the event, he performed “Superstition” alongside a group of notable surprise guests.
Donald Glover, Kelly Rowland, and Jessie J. joined Wonder for a live performance of the classic song, with Glover taking the lead part while Rowland and Jessie sang backing vocals. The group also performed “Do You Love Me” by The Contours.
The party, dubbed “The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love, and Music,” featured a two-hour long performance from Wonder. Videos from the event can be viewed below.
“Honestly, you know your history, you know that’s not true,” Wonder said when asked by TMZ about West’s controversial statement. “If you know the truth, you don’t listen to foolishness.”
Wonder also called out Donald Trump during a concert in Alabama.
“I dare you, I challenge you, to have a year of atonement. I dare you artists and you leaders of the world and this nation — including you, Mr. President — to see with your eyes that are open as clearly as my eyes that are blind…My hope is that we will come together as a united people before it’s too late,” the artist said during his performance at the Concert for Peace and Justice in Birmingham.