Before handing out the award for Song of the Year at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, R&B legend Stevie Wonder joined acapella group Pentatonix on stage to pay tribute to the late Maurice White. The Earth, Wind & Fire co-founder passed away from a long battle of Parkinson's Disease on Feb. 4 at the age of 74.

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Performing the classic track, "That's the Way of the World," Wonder and Pentatonix hit the perfect tone in the heartwarming and emotional tribute to the legendary group. The camera pans over to the remaining members of the band who simply beam at the love delivered in the performance.

Earth, Wind & Fire took to their Twitter account to express their gratitude for the number.

After the emotional song was over, Wonder and Pentatonix presented the Song of the Year Award and to provide some levity, the music icon had some fun with the braille envelope before announcing Ed Sheeran as the winner.

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