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There’s Reportedly A Tame Impala And Diana Ross Collaboration In The Works

YES you read that correctly! Tame Impala are reportedly working on a new track with Diana Ross for the iconic singer’s upcoming album Thank You.

The new album is set to be Ross’ first new album in over a decade, with her last release being 2006’s I Love You.

Ross has written the bulk of the album during lockdown, working with the likes of Jack Antonoff, Jimmy Napes, Tayla Parks, and Spike Stent.

The Sun have reported that the soul legend is indeed working with Kevin Parker, citing that she loves the idea of “reinvention” and “melting genres together.”

A source close to the singer told the publication that despite her age, she’s used this record to really push herself, musically.

“Diana might be 77 but she is determined to push musical boundaries and challenge herself,” they said.

“She’s really excited to work with Tame Impala and is ecstatic with the track – she can’t wait for fans to hear it.”

Ross announced the album back in June, where she also shared the title-track as the first official single. Her second single from the record, ‘If The World Just Danced’, was released early last month.

Thank You is slated to land on Friday, 5th November via Decca Records.

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