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Watch Ozzy Osbourne And Post Malone Perform Take What You Want At The AMAs

The Prince of Darkness joined Post and Travis Scott at the American Music Awards last night.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Ozzy Osbourne would perform Take What You Want, his track with rappers Post Malone and Travis Scott, at this year’s American Music Awards. Last night, Ozzy did in fact take the stage with the hip-hop stars in a pyro-filled spectacle, footage of which you can watch below.

Obviously it’s been a crazy year for Ozzy, with the Ozz suffering from injuries and having to postpone tour dates — hence why he probably chose to perform most of the song seated on a sepulchral throne. That said, the singer has said that this track is his “favorite since Black Sabbath”, so we’re glad he got to play it live.

Watch Take What You Want below:

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The performance is part of the lead-up to the release of Ordinary Man, Ozzy’s new studio album, which is scheduled to drop in early 2020 on Epic Records.

Part of this roll-out is a long 2020 of touring, with Marilyn Manson joining him on his U.S. dates and Judas Priest playing alongside him in the UK. Catch Ozzy live at one of the dates below:

May 2020

27 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
29 Sunrise, FL BB&T Center
31 Tampa, FL MIDFLORIDA Credit Union

June 2020

02 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion
04 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center
06 Hershey, PA Hershey Park Stadium
11 Pittsburgh, PA KeyBank Pavilion
13 Bangor, ME Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
16 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
18 Hamilton, ON First Ontario Centre
20 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
22 New York, NY Madison Square Garden Arena
24 St Louis, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
26 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
28 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena

July

01 Milwaukee, WI Amer. Family Ins. Amp — Summerfest
03 St Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
07 Edmonton, AB Rogers Place
09 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
11 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
15 Portland, OR Moda Center
17 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
23 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion
25 San Francisco, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre
29 San Diego, CA North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
31 Las Vegas, CA MGM Grand Garden Arena

October

23 Newcastle, Utilita Arena, UK
25 Glasgow, SSE Hydro, UK
28 London, The O2, UK
31 Birmingham, Resorts World Arena, UK

November

02 Manchester, Manchester Arena, UK
05 Dublin, 3Arena, Ireland
08 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena, UK
11 Dortmund, Westfalenhalle, Germany
13 Prague, O2 Arena, Czech Republic
16 Vienna, Stadthalle, Austria
19 Bologna, Unipol Arena, Italy
22 Madrid, WiZink Arena, Spain
24 Zurich, Hallenstadion, Switzerland
26 Munich, Olympiahalle, Germany
28 Mannheim, SAP Arena, Germany
30 Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany

December

03 Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena, Germany
05 Stockholm, Friends Arena, Sweden
07 Helsinki, Hartwall Arena, Finland

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Posted on November 25th 2019, 11:06pm
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