Aren't They Lovely: How Stevie Wonder's Kids Are Living Up To Their Dad's $200M Legacy
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Aren't They Lovely: How Stevie Wonder's Kids Are Living Up To Their Dad's $200M Legacy

To call Stevie Wonder a legend would be an understatement. 

Since the 1960s, his music has defined generations and reshaped our musical sounds. Signed to Motown Records at just eleven-years-old, his classic albums — including “Songs in the Key of Life” — have earned the musical prodigy a legion of fans, including none other than former President Barack Obama.

Stevie Wonder has also had more than thirty No. 1 hits (everyone on the planet knows at least one Stevie Wonder song). Whether it’s “I Just Called to Say I Love You” or “Overjoyed,” or “Sir Duke” or “Superstitious,” his music has influenced a wide variety of artists, as well. Whether you like classic R&B and want to hear Minnie Riperton (Maya Rudolph’s mom) and Quincy Jones cover “My Cherie Amour,” or you’re a rock fan and like Red Hot Chili Peppers’ version of “Higher Ground,” there’s a good chance that Stevie Wonder has had more than a passing influence on your life…and in your iPod.

Is it any surprise that he’s accrued a $200 million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth?

But, the best part of all is, he also has a large — and healthy — family. 

Let’s take a look at how Stevie Wonder’s nine children are living up to his impressive legacy.

Editorial note: The net worth listed in this piece is a speculative estimate drawn from a variety of online sources.

Aisha Morris

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Arguably, Aisha is the most famous of Stevie Wonder’s children, because one of his best-known tracks — “Isn’t She Lovely” — was written in her honor. She’s performed for a while — and even went on tour with her father for a few shows. Plus, she performed on “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” in 2018.

Keita Morris

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A one-time DJ, Keita Morris is now a producer and the president of Stevland Morris Productions, a position he’s held since 2000, according to his LinkedIn.

Mumtaz Morris

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Like his father, Mumtaz Morris is also a musician. He sang the American National Anthem in Japan in 2009, which you can see below.

Sophia Morris

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Like her father, Sophia Morris (who sometimes goes by Sophia Morris Wonder) is a musician. But she’s also an ambassador to World Bank, and she’s an artist in her own right. Recently, she designed special jewelry with Braille lettering in honor of her father. The Braille letters spell out the word “love.”

Kwame Morris

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Kwame Morris is a model who is represented by Storm Models, according to his Instagram page. He is also the founder of Yagan Stone Eyewear.

Kailand Morris

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Nineteen-year-old Kailand Morris is being called the “one to watch” in the modern fashion industry. As a model and an aspiring fashion designer, Kailand has walked in shows for Iceberg, Comme des Garçons, and Jacquemus, amongst others. He also has his own clothing line called House of Kom, according to WWD. 

Mandla Morris

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Like his brother, Mandla Morris is also an aspiring model, according to his Instagram page. He’s done campaigns for the Retrouvé skincare line, amongst others.

Nia Morris

Nia Morris is one of Stevie Wonder’s youngest children and was six-years-old in September 2021. The Daily Mail spotted Nia going to her brother Kailand’s birthday party at that time.

Zaiah Morris

Zaiah is the youngest of Stevie Wonder’s children.