Featured

Legendary singer Stevie Wonder is having Kidney Transplant at the end of September this year.

Stevie Wonder, one of the finest singer, has announced that he is going to have a Kidney Transplant this fall.

Stevland Hardaway Morris is the most popular and successful American singer and record producer that a Music Industry has seen so far.

The 69-year-old was performing at the British Summer Time concert in London’s Hyde Park when he announced the news. After performing the lead single from his fifteenth studio album Talking Back, which is titled Superstition, the singer said about having a kidney transplant. Also, the bad news rolled after that he will stop performing, particularly a break to have a successful transplant.

There has been a heck of rumors, and he assured there isn’t going to be any rumors now. He even told that he would perform at least three shows and then take a break. The most awarded artist of all time is going to have his surgery at the end of September. While addressing the thousands of devoted fans who attended his concert, he said he was grateful to the fans or their well wishes and support, and he also thanked them all. There are no more updates about the status of the illness, but we wish for the good.

The singer of hit songs like You Are the Sunshine of My Life, For Your Love, That’s What Friends Are For, and Living for the City has received almost two dozens of the Grammy award, the most by a solo artist. Even though he was blind after his birth, he achieved a lot and game a lot for popular music. He is the living legend and the United Nations Messenger of Peace.

About the author

Aashish Dotel

I'm an ambitious teen at the nineteens with an open mind to learn and pick up the intensities of life. I found writing would bring sort of glee in my mood and started doing the same back then. I am a student and I don't have much working history. Apart from that, I love to travel and criticize everything. I love to disappear into language and literature. No judgments, I'm as raw as they come.