Ozzy Osbourne released on social media the cover of the upcoming studio album Ordinary Man. The album will be released in February this year. However, there is no exact date of arrival, the album has two singles “Under the Graveyard” and “Straight to Hell”.
The Prince of Darkness also announced that on Friday, 10th, the album will be available for pre-sell and pre-save from streaming platforms (saving Ordinary Man in your library before release).
Ozzy Osbourne is working on a song in partnership with Elton John, according to his wife, Sharon Osbourne. The host shared the news during The Talk, when she listed Ozzy’s plans for 2020.
“He’ll be back working with his band, doing what he loves,” Sharon said. “And yes, there are new songs, they’re great. And he has all his friends playing along. He’s making a song with Elton.”
Sharon did not disclose other names that may be collaborating with Ozzy, but reiterated that there are “many good things” lined up for the year.
His next studio album, Ordinary Man, is due for release in February 2020. Two songs were released. One is “Straight to Hell” featuring Slash, and “Under the Graveyard.” Both with Duff McKagan of Guns n ‘Roses on bass, Chad Smith of Red Hot on drums and producer Andrew Watt on guitar.
Ozzy’s last solo album, titled Scream, was released in 2010.
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