Ozzy Osbourne premiering animated 'It's A Raid' video | The Music Universe

Watch party and live YouTube chat with collaborator Post Malone set for 30 min before premiere

Later today (Thurs, Feb 11th), Ozzy Osbourne will premiere a new animated video for “It’s A Raid” from his No. 1 and acclaimed 2020 Ordinary Man album. The clip will debut at 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm PT, with Osbourne and collaborator Post Malone set to host a watch party beginning at 7 pm ET/4 pm PT on Osbourne’s official YouTube channel.

At a SiriusXM listening party last year to celebrate the release of Ordinary Man, Osbourne recounted the song’s inspiration. While recording Black Sabbath’s Vol. 4 in Bel Air, California, Osbourne triggered the home’s security alarm and police surrounded the home, which he says had “piles of marijuana and cocaine.” Osbourne adds, “I’m shouting, ‘IT’S A FUCKIN’ RAIIIIID,” before hiding the drugs and ingesting cocaine while hiding in one of the home’s bathrooms.”

In the video, directed by Tomas Lenert, Osbourne and Post Malone team up for a truly wild ride. The clip begins with Osbourne and Malone at the infamous Bel Air, CA house (which served as the inspiration for the song) before they lead police through the streets of the city and passing iconic Los Angeles landmarks on their journey.

“A couple of years ago I didn’t even know who Post Malone was,” Osbourne says. “Since then we’ve worked together on two studio tracks and have performed together twice. Understandably COVID-19 made it difficult to get together to shoot a music video for ‘It’s a Raid’ so we opted for this wildly imagined animated video for the final single from the Ordinary Man album.” Osbourne, who’s been in the studio working on a new album with producer Andrew Watt, adds that he “can’t wait to for everyone to hear my new music.”

This marks the second duet with Malone. The two previously teamed on “Take What You Want” from his Hollywood’s Bleeding album (which they also performed at last year’s American Music Awards). The track was produced by Watt, who collaborated with Osbourne for Ordinary Man as both producer and co-writer.