After decades of recording music for Motown, Stevie Wonder just announced he’ll be releasing new music on his own label, So What The Fuss Music, which will be distributed by Republic Records. The name was inspired by his 2005 collaboration with Prince.

As part of his new music era, Stevie released two new songs, “Where Is Our Love Song,” featuring Gary Clark, Jr. and “Can’t Put It in the Hands of Fate,” featuring Busta Rhymes, Rapsody, Cordae, and Chika. Stevie says both songs may appear on a future EP, featuring other artists.

Wonder has been releasing music through Motown and their affiliated labels since 1961, after being signed when he was just 11 years old.

Proceeds from “Where Is Our Love Song” will go to Feeding America. Check out the new tunes above.