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Stevie Wonder - Can't Put It In The Hands Of Fate
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Can't Put It In The Hands Of Fate
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Cory Rooney, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Traci Nelson, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Lamar Mitchell, Programming, AssociatedPerformer - Stevie Wonder, Producer, Keyboards, Choir Arranger, Harmonica, Unknown, Vocalist, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Busta Rhymes, FeaturedArtist - Munyungo Jackson, Percussion, AssociatedPerformer - George Young, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Nathan Watts, Bass, AssociatedPerformer - Neal Pogue, Mixer, StudioPersonnel - Femi Jiya, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Mike Bozzi, Mastering Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Will Wheaton, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Rapsody, FeaturedArtist - Camille Grigsby, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Chika, FeaturedArtist - Cristian F. Perez, Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Cordae, FeaturedArtist - Allison Semmes, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Kimberly Brewer, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Nathaniel Pollard, Engineer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Phylicia Hill, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - David Avetisian, Assistant Mixer, StudioPersonnel - Stanley R. Randolph, Drums, AssociatedPerformer
℗ 2020 UMG Recordings Inc.
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:06:42
- Main artist: Stevie Wonder
- Composer: Stevie Wonder
- Label: Republic Records
- Genre: Pop/Rock Pop
- 24-Bit 44.1 kHz - Stereo
© 2020 UMG Recordings Inc. ℗ 2020 UMG Recordings Inc.
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