Watch Ozzy Osbourne and Post Malone in their official live video for ‘Take What You Want’

Track inspired the Black Sabbath man to begin working on new music

Ozzy Osbourne and Post Malone have shared an official live video for their collaboration ‘Take What You Want’.

The track featured on Malone’s latest album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ and reportedly inspired Osbourne to begin working on new music.

Fans posted footage of the pair performing at the track at the LA Forum during Malone’s final show of his ‘Runaway’ tour, last week.

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Now you can view an official recording of that performance below.

The pair later teamed up with Travis Scott, who also appears on the track, onstage at the American Music Awards for a performance of ‘Take What You Want’.

The performance saw Osbourne seated in a white throne at the back of the stage, while Malone and Scott performed from a podium in front of him. It was the Black Sabbath frontman’s second appearance since postponing his ‘No More Tours 2’ tour earlier this year after suffering a series of health problems, including a staph infection and pneumonia.

Other performers at the event, which was held in Los Angeles tonight (November 24), included Halsey, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Green Day, Dua Lipa, Kesha, and Lizzo.

Osbourne’s recent performances come after following a difficult year in which the veteran rocker suffered several health set backs.

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In April, the former Black Sabbath frontman was forced to postpone the second year of his two-year farewell tour due to injuries sustained from a fall. Two months prior to this, he was hospitalised with pneumonia following a severe bout of flu.

He recently returned with new single ‘Under The Graveyard’ from ‘Ordinary Man’ – his first new album in 10 years.

Meanwhile, Osbourne and Marilyn Manson have announced they’ll be heading out together on a joint US tour in 2020.

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