From Mary J To Michael Bublé And…Raven-Symone? 10 Of The Best And Most Side-Eye Worthy Stevie Wonder Covers

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May 30, 2013 ‐ By Clarke Gail Baines

As a musical icon who has been around since he was just a 13-year-old with a harmonica, Stevie Wonder has classics for days. And with any icon, eventually, people want to cover your jams. Such was the case with MJ and Prince, whom we covered already, but people have been trying to copy Stevie’s essence since the ’60s. The results have been good, but also sometimes questionable as hell. Here are 10 artists who tried to cover tracks from Stevie’s endless catalog of jams.

John Legend – Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing

If you’ve seen the movie Hitch with Will Smith, then you probably have had the chance to hear this remake. Produced by will.i.am, the track definitely kept the essence of Stevie’s original with all the instrumentals in the back and the piano arrangement. And Legend also did a great job vocally. Still upbeat, still fun. Now if only Legend could have broke out in some impromptu Spanish like Stevie did just to show he knows how to have some fun…

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  • Cookie

    Omg! How can you not like Bublé! He happens to love soul music! One if my favorite callobs is with him and boys II mean!

  • http://www.facebook.com/courtney.banks.37 Courtney Banks

    Always been a huge fan of Buble, his voice is amazing. You should also listen to hisRay Charles cover of “You Don’t Know Me”

  • Cheeba Bros

    What about Intro Ribbon in the Sky #classic

  • Guest

    Mariah Carey covered You and I too

  • Say What?

    Raven’s take on it was for a movie for children. You act as if it should have been a club banger.

  • Miss_Trim

    I heard Donny’s version before Stevie’s original. I loves Donny’s slower more passionate version so much it took me months before I bothered to hear Stevie’s. After finally hearing Stevie, I don’t have a preference. It’s genius covering genius; you appreciate and have the same love for both.

  • rainydaze80

    Raven’s take on Superstitious is not that bad, but hands down Bublé’s cover of You and I wins hands down!