Earlier this week, Stevie Wonder jested over the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency by equating his presidential bid to asking the famously blind soul giant to drive. This observation, whether you agree with his political stance or not, proves Mr. Wonderlove can see better than most able-eyed right-wingers. And last night Wonder drove the point home by joining Jon Stewart on a bizarrely-poignant musical segment of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where a meditation on the merits of voting, and the implicit anxieties therein.
It takes the form of a Freaknik type spectacle in the same vein as basically the entire election season, with Wonder capping of the affair performing his Innervisions classic “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing” with Jon Batiste and Stay Human; a clear attempt to ease those Election Day nerves, strong as they may be. Watch as Stevie Wonder and Jon Stewart join forces with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show in the clips below, and once you’ve settled a bit, get out there and make sure you do your part (read: for the love of god, vote.)