OZZY: Back in The Top 10

Ozzy Osbourne has the second Top 10 hit of his career thanks to rapper-singer Post Malone.

Their collaboration, "Take What You Want" from Malone's number-one album Hollywood's Bleeding, debuted at number-eight on the new Billboard Hot 100. That's where Ozzy's other Top 10 hit, "Close My Eyes Forever" with Lita Ford, peaked back in 1989. That sets a new record for the longest gap in between Top 10 hits at 30 years and three months, just beating Dobie Gray's mark of 30 years, two months and one week, which he established in 2003 by being featured on Uncle Kracker's remake of "Drift Away."

Ozzy's only other Top 40 hit is "Mama I'm Coming Home," which peaked at number-28 in 1992.

title

Content Goes Here