Stevie Wonder was relatively quiet for the past 15 years, but the musical icon is reclaiming the spotlight with the release of two songs on his newly created record label.

The 25-time Grammy winner’s socially conscious new material is the first music he’s released in four years. It also comes with a hint at his first new album since 2005’s A Time to Love. 

With the founding of his own imprint called So What the Fuss Records — a subsidiary of the Universal-owned Republic Records — Wonder brings an end to (or at least a break from) his decades-long tenure with Motown, his musical home since 1962.

Wonder said in a Zoom news conference that he first started working on the first new single, the smooth R&B track Where Is Our Love Song, when he was 18 years old. He said he wasn’t sure what to make of it back then. “But then there came this year that we’re dealing with, and there came all of the confusion and all of the hate, and all the east versus west, left versus right, just heartbreak,” he said. Newly inspired, he finished the song with newly written lyrics and brought in Gary Clark Jr. to play guitar.