Watch Billy Morrison w/ Ozzy Osbourne f/ Steve Stevens - "Crack Cocaine "

Ozzy Osbourne helps out his friend and Ozzy Speaks co-host Billy Morrison on his new single "Crack Cocaine."

The track appears on Morrison's new album The Morrison Project, which is due out April 19th. 
"Crack Cocaine" also features guitar work by Morrison's fellow guitarist in Billy Idol's band, Steve Stevens. All three wrote the song.

About that, Ozzy said: "I was in the same room as Billy and Steve. The lyrics just came out of the blue. It was written in about 20 minutes."

The video for the song stars Paris Jackson along with Osbourne, Morrison and Stevens.

"Crack Cocaine" is the first song Osbourne has appeared on since the release of his 2022 album Patient Number 9

Members of Slipknot, Ministry & more will guest on Morrison's new album.

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UPDATE: Did Ozzy Snort Ants? Let's find out! Ozzy says Yes. Sharon thinks "Nikki Sixx is an Ass****" (Nikki Responds)

THIS is the stuff Legends are made of! The Osbournes podcast is a true treasure trove! For instance, Did Ozzy REALLY snort a line of ants as depicted in Motley Crue's 2019 bio-pic, The Dirt? 

In Episode 6 it was brought up and appeared to get awkward as Ozzy didn't deny it and Sharon just wasn't a fan of her Husband and Motley Crue hanging out.

Did Ozzy Osbourne actually snort a line of ants while on tour with Mötley Crüe in the '80s? As for whether that story is actually true, that depends on which Osbourne you ask. Ozzy says yes, but Sharon isn't sure.

From The Osbournes:
Jack: "Did you actually snort ants?"
Ozzy: "Yeah."
Jack: "Did he actually snort ants Mom?"
Sharon: "I was not there, thank God. I used to try and stay away from Motley when they were with Ozzy. I don't know. All I know is that I think it made their movie. And I wanna know why, now we're on the subject, of why, when they advertise their movie on Netflix, it's a picture of a guy imitating Ozzy. Why isn't the ad campaign a picture of Motley Crue?"
Jack: "'Cause Ozzy Osbourne's bigger than Motley Crue."
Sharon: "No, the thing is, I just think it's an invasion."
Ozzy: "No. No. No. Stop. Stop. Stop. Let's move on."
Sharon: "Nikki Sixx. Ass****."
Ozzy: "No, he's not."
Sharon: "Yes, he [bleeping] is."
Jack: "So, did Dad snort the line of ants?
Ozzy: "I did, I was there, I did it," Ozzy says. "It's my nostril ... I was drunk, and I did it."

It should be noted that, Jake E. Lee, Ozzy's touring guitarist at the time, has denied that the ant-snorting occurred, but he did confirm that Ozzy snorted a tiny spider once. 

(Video below. Convo is at the very beginning. Enjoy!)

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OZZY OSBOURNE has to undergo a fourth surgery on his neck and back.


Ozzy Osbourne has to undergo another surgery for the neck and spinal issues since his ATV accident in 2003 and his fall at home in 2019.

In the first episode of The Osbournes podcast, The Prince Of Darkness revealed, "I'm going for an epidural soon because what's happening, what they've discovered is the neck has been fixed, below the neck there's two vertebrae where the bike hit me and disintegrated, there's nothing left of 'em."

Ozzy and Sharon were optimistic it would help. Ozzy explained why he walks they way he does, with his head forward all the time. "In my back, the two discs, and the muscles on my shoulders have separated from my skeleton, and that's why I lean forward as it's like gravity is bringing my head forward."

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Ozzy Osbourne In New Ad For PlayStation and UPDATE: Steve Vai issues clarification on 'Full Album With Ozzy Osbourne "So sorry for the confusion"

Check out this hilarious commercial featuring Ozzy Osbourne for the upcoming PSVR 2 headset for the Sony PlayStation 5 video game console. That new virtual reality set will be launching this Wednesday, February 22nd. Both Ozzy and Sharon appear in the ad, which finds Ozzy playing the PSVR 2 'Horizon Call Of The Mountain', instead helping his wife pack for their move back to England.


"In a recent interview I spoke a bit carelessly about 'Sitting on an entire Ozzy album' and then the clickbait headlines went viral," Vai writes. He then recounts how he and Ozzy entered the studio together to write some more songs for the Prince of Darkness' 1995 solo effort, Ozzmosis.

"We demoed a handful of tracks and then there was a bunch of tracks I built for [Ozzy] to check out," Vai says. "He ended up picking one song to use on his album and that's 'My Little Man.' It was re-recorded with his band, and it came out great. Only one other demoed track from those sessions had an Ozzy scratch vocal on it and I handed in all the Master demo tapes to the label and kept safety tapes of the tracks I personally built."

Vai adds that while there's "enough music for a whole record" on those tapes, "those songs would require re-recording."

"I, like many Ozzy fans, would love if there was a secret hidden Ozzy album somewhere, only to be revealed to our surprised ears at a future time, but it wouldn't come from those sessions," Vai concludes. "So sorry for the confusion."

Additionally, Former David Lee Roth guitarist Steve Vai revealed during a new interview that he is "sitting on a whole Ozzy Osbourne record", that they recorded together back in the mid 1990s. Vai co-wrote the song, "My Little Man", that appeared on Ozzy's 1995 album "Ozzmosis". Vai revealed that at that time the two worked on an entire album.

"Well, I'm sitting on a whole Ozzy record, and it's like the Gash record - not 'like' the Gash record - but it's a project that I recorded that's sitting on the shelf. I don't have any control over it or rights to it, obviously, but we did record some pretty good stuff. The interesting thing about that stuff we recorded from a guitar perspective is all of my rhythm guitar parts, I use an octave divider [guitar effect], and that record doesn't sound like anything else. Basically what happened as far as I recognized, Ozzy had recorded about half of his record [ 'Ozzmosis', 1995] for the record company, and Sharon and the label wanted to get him together with some different songwriters to just get some more songs. So, I was one of the ones that they wanted to get together with. It was really just to write some songs for Ozzy's record that he would then take and go use for his record, and whoever he was working with on the record would record it. So I thought; 'yeah, that'd be great. I'd love to do that', but Ozzy and I got carried away because we were having a lot of fun, and we ended up recording a lot of stuff. And then we started scheming; 'hey, let's make a new record!', and all that was fine and good, and we got excited about it until the hammer came down, and they basically said; "what are you doing? No, you've just got to take a song from Vai and finish your record. We're already into it for this much money, and Vai is expense", so it worked out perfect, really." - Steve Vai 

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Ozzy Osbourne fans got shafted so here's the full Pro-shot Sofi Stadium NFL Season kick-off performance video and more.


Ozzy Osbourne performed live at halftime for last nights (September 08th) NFL game in Inglewood, CA. at the SoFi Stadium. The Los Angeles Rams took on the Buffalo Bills to kick-off the NFL Season, where the BILLS dominated The L.A. Rams 31-10. Since NBC only showed 20 seconds of OZZY's performance on national TV, check out the Pro and fan footage of OZZY performing "Patient Number 9" with producer Andrew Watt on guitar, Chris Chaney on bass and Tommy Clufetos on drums with ZAKK WYLDE on guitar for "Crazy Train".

Osbourne released his new album 'Patient Number 9'  TODAY (Sept. 9) and hopes to return to the stage next summer, after he fully recovers from major surgery to realign pins in his neck and back. Ozzy and Sharon have decided to move back to the U.K. and word is "The Move" is being filmed for an upcoming reality TV show. 

Plus, check out the official video for the Newest Ozzy offering "One Of Those Days" featuring Eric Clapton, below.

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