Ozzy Osbourne's Song with Post Malone Lands Him in the Hot 100 For The First Time in 30 Years

September 16, 2019

Post Malone new album Hollywood Bleeding is already making a lot of noise on the music charts, thanks due in part to the long list of collaborators appearing on the album. Among them is rock legend and the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, who appears on the track "Take What You Want" featuring rapper Travis Scott. 

The song made its debut at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it the first time Osbourne has appeared on the chart in more than 30 years. According to Billboard, Osbourne now holds the record as the artist with the longest gap between two Top 10 songs on the chart.

While speaking with The Sun, Osbourne revealed that prior to his collaboration with the rapper, he had no clue who Post Malone was. Osbourne's daughter Kelly, was friends with Malone's producer Andrew Watt. So after Osbourne was invited to sing on "Take What You Want", he was happy to get back into music after exiting the hospital following a fall that dislodged metal rods that were put in his body following an ATV crash from 2003.