Ozzy Osbourne Gets Introspective in New "Ordinary Man" Video

The Elton John-featuring song stands as the title track to Ozzy's new album
Ozzy Osbourne Gets Introspective in New 'Ordinary Man' Video
Following a bunch of teasing, Ozzy Osbourne has at last rolled out the anticipated video for the Elton John-featuring title track from his new Ordinary Man album. Yes, you can watch the "Ordinary Man" video now.

Directed by Stephen Lee Carr, the video finds Ozzy looking back on things, watching a screen featuring old clips of the Black Sabbath early, both in his early days and in more recent years.

As a press release lays out, "Throughout, Osbourne faces good times and bad, going from melancholy as he views troubling moments (the loss of Randy Rhoads) to happy times alongside his wife and family."

You can watch the introspective clip down below.

The "Ordinary Man" video comes in the wake of the release of Ordinary Man, which is out now via Epic Records.

As recently reported, Osbourne's cancelled his 2020 North American tour in support of the album due to his ongoing health issues. However, Ozzy has since said the trek is not outright cancelled and merely "postponed."