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I can listen to Stevie Wonder for the rest of my life - Beyonce
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I can listen to Stevie Wonder for the rest of my life – Beyonce 

The music star launched her album Cowboy Carter recently. Beyonce participated in the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Tuesday, April 1. While receiving the award, the singer said she could listen to Stevie Wonder for the rest of her life. 


Beyonce received the Innovator Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, which took place on Tuesday, April 1. While receiving the honor, the singer revealed that Stevie Wonder played harmonica on her cover of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.” 

Stevie was on hand to hand over the award to Beyonce, and she thanked Stevie Wonder for his great work. She also mentioned that Stevie is the man who has inspired her a lot. She added that Wonder is the man she can listen for the rest of her life.

Beyonce’s Speech at iHeartRadio Music Awards

While receiving the Innovator Award, Beyonce expressed her gratitude to Stevie and said, Thank you so much, Stevie, I love you. I love you, and I honor you.” She added, “I want to thank you for making way for all of us. I am honored to receive this recognition from you, Stevie Wonder. Whenever anyone asks me if there is anyone I can listen to for the rest of my life, it’s always you.”

“So thank you, God bless you,” Beyonce added in her speech after receiving the Innovator Award at iHeartRadio Music awards. In response to Beyonce’s speech, Wonder said, “I want to thank you for motivating the world to be a better place.” 

It was then that Beyoncé gave a little peek behind the curtain into how “Jolene” came together. “And thank you for playing the harmonica on ‘Jolene,’” she said.

What is Jolene?

Jolene is one of the famous and trending tracks of Beyonce’s recently released album Cowboy Carter. However, the song is a reimagined version of American country music artist Dolly Parton’s original Jolene. 

The old Jolene was recorded at RCA Studio B on May 22, 1973 and was released on October 15, 1973. The song was very popular at that time, and its new version is trending now. 

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