The 25-time Grammy-winning legend was born May 13.

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The legend endorses Clinton on her birthday with his version of “Happy Birthday.”

Paula Rogo
Oct, 27, 2016

Hillary Clinton received an exciting birthday treat today.

The Democratic presidential nominee took her campaign duties to The Breakfast Club Tuesday—also her 69th birthday—to talk to Charlamagne Tha God and the gang about all things election.

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She was joined by Stevie Wonder, who ended up serenading her with his version of “Happy Birthday," the 1981 track he wrote in the campaign to make Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday a national holiday.

“Go out and vote,” he sang at the end.

Wonder is a clear Clinton supporter—he showed up to the interview in customized “first female prez” jacket.

"I'm really excited to be here,” he told The Breakfast Club. “I'm excited to support someone who I've had such great love and respect for for years. It's very exciting and I think that—truth be told—I think we as men we have had our chance to work it out...It's time to let a woman do it."

We hear you Stevie!

Clinton made sure to wish herself a Happy Birthday Wednesday morning, sending out a tweetpic of herself as a child with the caption: “Happy birthday to this future president.” 

Watch her Breakfast Club interview here