Diana Ross shared details of her debut album in 15 years, titled “Thank You”.
“Thank You” is the sequel to Ross’s 2006 album “I Love You,” and was recorded entirely in his home studio during the pandemic, reports bbc.com. Due for release in September, this will be Ross’ 25th solo studio album and 43rd overall.
“This collection of songs is my gift with appreciation and love,” 77-year-old veteran singer Diana Ross said in a statement.
“I am eternally grateful that I had the opportunity to record this glorious music at that time,” added Diana Ross.
The title track, released Thursday midnight, is a gospel-pop number reminiscent of the star’s Motown years.
A press release said that Diana Ross’s album “delivers a powerful and inclusive musical message of love and unity” and that “with his songs of happiness, appreciation and joy he acknowledges everything. heart that we are all together in the same boat “.
Ross co-wrote all 13 tracks, working with a variety of contemporary names including Jack Antonoff, who has become a key collaborator for female artists like Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, St Vincent and Lorde.
Soul singer Diana Ross began her Motown career in the 1960s, reaching fame with The Supremes, on chartbusters such as “Baby Love”, “Stop!” In the name of love ”and“ You keep me hooked ”.
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