R&B legend Stevie Wonder took his legend status to new heights by performing a surprise concert in New York City’s Central Park on Monday. In addition, Wonder also stopped by Washington DC, where the first 1,000 fans were treated to donuts and Philadelphia’s Dilworth Park the same day. He also announced up coming dates for his Songs In The Key Of Life Performance Tour. Beginning September 30, Wonder will travel to 20 American cities for the tour and will wrap it up on November 24 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. During a radio interview on legendary morning show the Breakfast Club, rapper Scarface discussed the recording of his new album, his first since 2008’s “Emeritus”. The 44-year-old rapper explained that some in his camp suggested working with younger rappers and producers to make music more relevant to today’s times, but he’s not interested, saying every has their own lane and doesn’t want to appear like the dad at the dance. No word on when the album titled “Deeply Rooted” will be released.