Stevie Wonder celebrates son Kailand's 19th birthday at Nobu

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life: Stevie Wonder, 70, leaves dinner at Nobu in Malibu after celebrating son Kailand Morris's 19th birthday

By Rebecca Davison for MailOnline

Published: 10:15 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 16:23 BST, 3 September 2020

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Stevie Wonder was pictured leaving Nobu in Malibu on Wednesday night after celebrating his beloved son Kailand Morris's 19th birthday. 

The singing sensation, 70, cut a low profile while leaving the restaurant, wearing a face mask as he headed into his car. 

Kailand's mother, Kai Milla was in attendance, as well as his brothers, Kwame, Chad and Mandla Morris and manager, Shawn Mann.   

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life: Stevie Wonder, 70, (centre) was pictured leaving dinner at Nobu in Malibu on Wednesday after celebrating his son Kailand Morris's 19th birthday

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life: Stevie Wonder, 70, (centre) was pictured leaving dinner at Nobu in Malibu on Wednesday after celebrating his son Kailand Morris's 19th birthday

On his way: The singing sensation, 70, cut a low profile while leaving the restaurant, wearing a face mask as he headed into his car

On his way: The singing sensation, 70, cut a low profile while leaving the restaurant, wearing a face mask as he headed into his car

The group bumped into iconic photographer David LaChapelle, who gifted Kailand a signed book as a present. 

The group also celebrated with Paris Bronsan, Sean Koon, son of artist Jeff. 

Nobu appears to be a favourite haunt of the father and son because Stevie treated Kailand to a family dinner there back in June, to celebrate his graduation.

Loves it: Nobu appears to be a favourite haunt of the father and son because Stevie treated Kailand to a family dinner there back in June, to celebrate his graduation

Loves it: Nobu appears to be a

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