Ozzy Osbourne's 'Ordinary Man' Music Was Written & Recorded In Four Days

November 29, 2019

The Prince of Darkness is a legend for a reason! 

 Despite some recent health issues he's pushed on with his new album Ordinary Man due out sometime next year. In a recent interview with Billboard, A-list producer Andrew Watt -- who also produced for Post Malone -- opened up about working with Ozzy on his new material.

After working with both singers for Post's song "Take What You Want," Ozzy told Watt wanted he wanted to make an album with him. Clearly it ended up being a perfect pair because Watt revealed they "wrote and recorded Ozzy's entire album, musically, in four days."

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The producer also notes that out of the 12 songs they created together 10 constitute the album. Ordinary Man was created in Los Angeles and also features Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses on bass, Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on drums, and Watt on guitar.

From the sounds of it so far fans have a lot to look forward to with this new album! So far, two singles have been released: "Straight To Hell" and "Under The Graveyard."