Ozzy Osbourne’s Ordinary Man just came out on Friday, but he’s already looking forward to making another album.
During iHeartRadio’s Icons event Monday night Osbourne said, “With this album, because I was so miserable the last year, it was a relief just to get and do something that I love to do. I had no deadlines. And I’m hoping that next month I’ll go and do another album with [producer] Andrew [Watt]. I might as well, while I’m not doing gigs.” Osbourne scrapped his summer North American dates as he’ll be heading to Switzerland in April for two months of medical treatment as he continues to recover from his fall last year.
In other Ozzy news, Ordinary Man is on track to be his highest charting solo album in the U.K. It’s number-two on the the U.K.’s midweek Official Albums Chart Update behind Korean pop stars BTS. Ozzy’s highest charting solo album in the U.K. is Blizzard of Ozz, which peaked at number-seven in 1980.