R&B legend Stevie Wonder is working on his first studio album in six years for a September release, but he's keeping tight-lipped on the details.
"You're just going to have to just wait and listen and see," he said.
Wonder said he had hoped to put out the effort in May but recently decided to aim for an early fall release. His publicist said she had no information to add about the project.
The Motown musician, who has been recording since the early '60s, released his most recent studio album, Conversation Peace, in 1995. That same year he dropped a double-disc live set, Natural Wonder, culled from a world tour during which he was accompanied by symphony orchestras. It featured old gems as well as several new songs, including "Stay Gold" and "Dancing to the Rhythm."
Wonder contributed two new tunes, "Misrepresented People" and "Some Years Ago," to the soundtrack of the Spike Lee film "Bamboozled" (2000).
Though he hasn't had a major hit since 1985, he remains one of the most commercially and critically successful pop musicians of all time.