Ozzy Osbourne feature on Post Malone’s New Album

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Ozzy Osbourne, Halsey, Travis Scott Tapped for Post Malone’s New Album – Meek Mill, SZA, Lil Baby and Da Baby also feature on Hollywood’s Bleeding

The news was revealed in an Instagram post by the rapper, who, has also enlisted the talents of Halsey, Travis Scott and Meek Mill. This will be the first time the Prince Of Darkness has featured on another artist’s music since dropping in on Black Label Society’s 2003 track, Stillborn.

Future, SZA, Swae Lee (“Sunflower“), Young Thug (“Goodbyes“) and a pair of our favorite babies, Lil Baby and Da Baby, will also feature on Hollywood’s Bleeding when the album arrives next Friday, September 6th.

Post Malone recently shared “Circles” from Hollywood’s Bleeding, the follow-up to his 2018 Number One charting Beerbongs & Bentleys. In late December, Malone dropped his “Wow” single, which will also serve as the closing track on the 17-song new album.

“Ozzy is indeed a genetic mutant,” writes Bill Sullivan in his new book “Pleased to Meet Me”

In 2010, when scientists at Knome Inc. were looking to study a remarkable human’s DNA, they didn’t ring up Steve Jobs or Beyoncé. Instead, the Cambridge, Mass.-based human genome company reached out to Ozzy Osbourne. They wanted to know what genes had kept the rocker alive through decades of heavy drug and alcohol abuse.(excerpt from The New York Post)

Ozzy Osbourne has revealed that he “died twice on the way to hospital”  during his chemically-fuelled younger years.

Their findings did not disappoint. They discovered a never-before-seen mutation that may explain Osbourne’s ability to consume alcohol in great quantities and several genetic variations that predisposed him to drug and alcohol dependencies.

“Ozzy is indeed a genetic mutant,” writes Bill Sullivan in his new book “Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs and the Curious Forces that Make Us Who We Are” (National Geographic), out this month. He looks at the surprising ways we’re shaped by our DNA and biological factors that dramatically affect how our genes are expressed.

When it comes to everyday emotions, Sullivan writes, our genes program the brain chemicals, including serotonin and dopamine, that cause us to feel certain ways. “However magical they may feel to you, your emotions are purely biological in origin,” he writes.

According with NME the metal legend was hospitalised last month after suffering complications from the flu. In a later update, he said that he had developed pneumonia and was forced to cancel his planned tour to recover at home.

Now, the former Black Sabbath singer has discussed sobriety while recalling his earlier days of rock ‘n’ roll debauchery.

In a recent interview with Metal Hammer, Osbourne said: “When I first tried being sober I did think, ‘I’m better than I was before!’ But that’s because before I was lying on some bathroom floor covered in piss! I just got fed up with myself.

“It was fun for a while but in the end, with all the chemicals, I’d nearly kill myself on a daily basis. I know what to do if I fancy a drink. I know how to get one of those. But right now I don’t want one.”

The singer went on to say that he thought he would die young as a result of his addictions and lifestyle. “If you’d said to me years ago, ‘How long do you think you’ll last?’ I would’ve said, ‘I’ll be dead by 40!’” he explained.

 

 

 

 

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