LISTEN TO OZZY OSBOURNE’S VOCAL ON POST MALONE’S “TAKE WHAT YOU WANT FROM ME”
Claire Shaffer of Rolling Stone reports:
Post Malone’s third studio LP, Hollywood’s Bleeding, arrived today (September 6th) featuring contributions from SZA, Kanye West, Young Thug, Swae Lee, Father John Misty and more. But perhaps the most surprising vocal feature comes from iconic Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne, who appears alongside Travis Scott on the track Take What You Want.
Osbourne – who contributes new vocals and not a sample – is the first voice we hear on the song, belting out the aching chorus, “I feel you crumble in my arms down to your heart of stone/You bled me dry just like the tears you never show/Why don’t you take what you want from me?/Take what you need from me/Take what you want and go.” Malone has spoken about his fondness for heavy metal in the past, and even played in a hardcore band before he became a pop-chart dominator, so this feature feels very full-circle.
Listen to Osbourne’s contributions below and read more at Rolling Stone.
Dana’s note: Thank you to RTunes for passing this along.
Now Ozzy can perform at the Grammys and all the other rap crap award shows.
That song isn’t bad. Ozzy sounds good. This is music today. Face it. There will never ever again be another RAINBOW RISING or MASTER OF REALITY. That era is done. That’s life. There’s always BLIZZARD OF OZ RE-RE-RE-RE-RE (and we mean it this time) RE-MASTERED edition.
No thanks, you can face it if you want to. Our era will never be done, or over, not as long as I’m breathing.
Autotune on vocals is music cancer.