Early into his 21st annual House Full of Toys charity concert, Stevie Wonder declared, “We ain’t playin’ around here, y’all.” And Wonder proved that during a nearly four-hour show that not only featured stars such as Tony Bennett, Pharrell Williams and Common, but also took fans down memory lane via performances of two of his classic albums: 1972’s Talking Book and 1973’s Innervisions.

This isn’t the first time Wonder has performed one of his albums in its entirety. His Songs in the Key of Life Tour in 2014-15 was inspired by his re-creation of the 1976 double-album at his 2013 House Full of Toys. But this year marked the first time that the charity event was staged at downtown Los Angeles’ Staples Center after a long run at the Microsoft Theater.

Source : Billboard