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The hit single "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" was his first ever self-produced song.In September 1970, at the age of 20, Wonder married Syreeta Wright, a songwriter and former Motown secretary.He and his mother would be paid a weekly stipend to cover their expenses: Wonder received .50 (equivalent to .96 in 2018) per week, and a private tutor was provided for when Wonder was on tour.
Also in 1970, Wonder co-wrote, and played numerous instruments on the hit "It's a Shame" for fellow Motown act the Spinners.
He is also the only artist to have won the award with three consecutive album releases.
Wonder's 1970s albums are regarded as very influential; the Rolling Stone Record Guide said they "pioneered stylistic approaches that helped to determine the shape of pop music for the next decade".
The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie was recorded next, an instrumental album consisting mainly of Paul's compositions, two of which, "Wondering" and "Session Number 112", were co-written with Wonder.
Feeling Wonder was now ready, a song, "Mother Thank You", was recorded for release as a single, but then pulled and replaced by the Berry Gordy song "I Call It Pretty Music, But the Old People Call It the Blues" as his début single; Two follow-up singles, "Little Water Boy" and "Contract on Love", both had no success, and the two albums, released in reverse order of recording—The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie in September 1962 and Tribute to Uncle Ray in October 1962—also met with little success.