Ozzy Osbourne Admits Not Being Happy With His Voice In ‘Patient Number 9’

Ozzy Osbourne proved that he is still alive and kicking with his latest album ‘Patient Number 9.’ Featuring star-studded guest appearances, the album brought tremendous success to the 74-year-old Prince Of Darkness. However, according to his recent Q&A with Billboard, Ozzy doesn’t like how his vocals sound in the title track.

Recently, Ozzy answered some questions about his latest album, ‘Patient Number 9.’ One of the questions was about the song he was most proud of listening to from this album. “I really love the Eric Clapton one [‘One Of Those Days’],” said Osbourne, “and I really love ‘Patient Number 9.’”

After that, the host praised Ozzy’s vocals on ‘Patient Number 9’ and asked whether he does any warm-up sessions to protect his voice. “No,” admitted Ozzy, “I just sang it. In actual fact, I wasn’t really happy with the way I sounded.”

Following the release of ‘Ordinary Man’ in 2020, Ozzy Osbourne didn’t want to lose any time and started working on ‘Patient Number 9’ with Andrew Watt. He collaborated with several iconic names, such as Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Tony Iommi. Now, he is ready to reap the fruits of his efforts with four Grammy nominations.

However, it sounds like not having warmed up before the recordings now bugs him, as he isn’t happy with how his vocals sound on the album. However, this isn’t the only thing that concerns him; the musician also has doubts about doing live shows again due to his long-term health struggles.