Stevie Wonder and the Pentatonix group paid tribute to the late Maurice White of Earth, Wind, and Fire. The legendary also took a stand for people with disabilities and sent an important to the viewers. The Grammy Awards not only honored the nominees and performers in the industry, but the award show also took time to honor several artists who passed away this year.
In one of the more intimate moments of the night, the acapella group Pentatonix joined Stevie Wonder for a touching tribute to the late Earth, Wind, and Fire founder Maurice White. The acapella group and "Isn't She Lovely" singer sang a touching rendition of “That’s the Way of the World.”
After the touching tribute, Stevie and Pentatonix presented the award for Song of the Year. However, funny guy, Stevie Wonder opened the card and couldn’t help but make a joke about being blind. Stevie joked that no one could read the winner’s name on the card because it was written in Braille.
After adding a bit of humor after the moving performance, the singer did send an important message before revealing the winner. “I just wanna say that before saying the winner, we need to make everything accessible to every single person with a disability." We want to give a huge congrats to Ed Sheeran for taking home the Grammy for Song of the Year for his album Thinking Out Loud.