Ozzy Osbourne says he’s been ‘dying to make more music’ amid retirement

Despite the continued difficulties he is experiencing with his health, Ozzy Osbourne will always have the desire to continue making music.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the Prince of Darkness acknowledged that he will never be able to stop making music, or anything else for that matter.

This admission came just before the Prince of Darkness's final musical performances.

"I've always gotta be doing something, or it drives me crazy," he stated, saying that he occupies himself with various types of artistic expression

 and "creative stuff," such as "painting and writing songs," in order to divert his attention away from the health problems he is experiencing.

The rocker, who is 77 years old, went on to disclose that he is expecting to release an album in the near future.

As of right now, I am awaiting a phone call from [the producer], Andrew Watt... It was disclosed by Ozzy that he has been collaborating with Lady Gaga.

On the other hand, the frontman for Black Sabbath, who had previously declared his intention to stop touring the previous year, has stated that he does not have particularly high expectations for his return to the stage.

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