The World is Going ‘Straight to Hell,’ but Ozzy Osbourne Feels Just Fine in His New Music Video (Watch)

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In these tumultuous times, it takes some fortitude to remain strong amid all the chaos — and for decades, Ozzy Osbourne has established himself as an icon of the highest degree when it comes to “rock stars,” his mythical status among his peers as evident today as ever.

Take his new video for “Straight to Hell” for example. Premiered on Monday, the clip depicts a violent and explosive protest in the streets as citizens battle each other. It’s an embellishment of the sort of conflict we see in the headlines, and it’s intense.

As for Ozzy? He’s fine, just chillin’ on a bench and watching all the madness unfold around him like some kind of evil Prince of Darkness. Hey, wait, that’s his nickname … seems more appropriate than ever!

This is the second stylish music video from Ozzy Osbourne in recent weeks, after a dramatic clip for “Under the Graveyard,” which documents some of Ozzy’s debauchery and near-death excess from the late 1970s, set in Hollywood and the heart of the Sunset Strip:

These two songs are taken from Osbourne’s upcoming album, Ordinary Man, which is expected out sometime in the first few months of 2020.

The album saw Osbourne work with producer/musician Andrew Scott, known for his work with mega-successful rapper Post Malone, and the whole collaboration came about after Ozzy guested on Post Malone’s hit single “Take What You Want” from 2019:

When released, Ordinary Man will be Osbourne’s first new album of solo material since 2010’s Scream.


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