Ozzy Osbourne joins Post Malone for an explosive live performance of 'Take What You Want' in new video
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter joined Malone for a scintillating performance as part of Malone's final 'Runaway Tour' show for 2019 at the Forum in Los Angeles.
The Prince of Darkness is back! Ozzy Osbourne returned to the stage for the first time in nearly a year on November 21 when he joined Post Malone to perform their Top Ten Billboard hit 'Take What You Want' in Los Angeles.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter joined Malone for a scintillating performance as part of Malone's final 'Runaway Tour' show for 2019 at the Forum in Los Angeles. The duo was joined on stage by producer and guitarist Andrew Watt who delivered a solid guitar solo for the performance, a video of which was released online by Osbourne on November 26.
Things started off with Osbourne seated on a throne (because why not?), belting out the opening lines of the song before stepping down to join Malone in setting the stage on fire, figuratively and literally. Despite reports of his health being on the decline, Osbourne made it clear with the performance that he's definitely still got it and the best part was that he was just getting started.
As if one amazing show wasn't enough, Osbourne and Malone followed this up with yet another performance on the night of November 24 at the 'American Music Awards' hosted by ABC at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. Watt was once again present and they were joined by Travis Scott, who is also featured on the track.
The live television performance was Osbourne's debut performance at the Awards and his first television performance in over a decade and he certainly made sure it was worth it. It was a massive surprise when Malone first announced that he's releasing a song with Osbourne but after hearing the track and watching them perform live, nobody is questioning this unique fusion anymore.
Osbourne will be hitting the road again with his 'No More Tours 2' farewell tour, scheduled to begin with a show at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia on May 27, 2020.