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Ozzy Osbourne Releasing Brand New Song


Michael Angulia | 11-07-2019

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Ozzy Osbourne has shared a teaser clip for a brand new song that he will be premiering tomorrow ( November 8), and marks his first new solo music since 2010.

The Black Sabbath legend will be releasing his new album in January, according to his wife and manager Sharon Osbourne. She told the Jess Cagle Show late last month "He's just finished an album, and the album is coming out in January. And he's doing good. He's very excited about the duet he did with Post and also Travis Scott. It's doing great. It's at Top 40 radio, and it's climbing up every week. It's doing good."

That collaboration with Post Malone, "Take What You Want", led Ozzy to team up with producer Andrew Watt. Ozzy broke the news about the album during a chat with The Sun back in September.

He said, "I've made a new album and it's helped get me back on track. I was just lying in my own self-pity for months. It's the greatest album I've done." Check out the teaser post below:



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