Ozzy Osbourne's new album Ordinary Man features a second collaboration with Post Malone, following Ozzy's joint appearance with the rapper on the song "Take What You Want."
The pair have also recorded a track called "It's A Raid," which is the second-to-last song on Ordinary Man, with "Take What You Want" serving as the LP's closer. Ordinary Man is out this Friday (February 21st) and Ozzy has posted samples of several songs online, including “All My Life,” “Goodbye” and “Eat Me."
Ordinary Man was produced by Andrew Watt, who has also produced Malone and brought the two artists together. Watt also played guitar on Ozzy's new LP, co-writing and performing the music with Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith.
Meanwhile, Ozzy's wife and manager Sharon has commented on her husband's cancellation of his 2020 tour plans in order to head overseas for treatment of his Parkinson's disease and other health issues. Ozzy also ceased all live activity in 2019 while battling illness and injuries.
Asked what the fans' reaction has been like to the latest cancellation, Sharon responded on The Talk, "I went online and I thought, 'Oh, lord. He's gonna get so much flak for doing this again and again and again.' And those fans are behind him."