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Diana Ross announces first new music in 15 years

Diana Ross announces first new music in 15 years
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Music legend Diana Ross announces brand new album Thank You, due for release this autumn.

Music legend Diana Ross has announced her first new single and album in 15 years.

Thank You, a collection of 13 tracks recorded at her home studio during coronavirus lockdown, will be released this autumn and promises to offer "happiness, appreciation and joy".

"This collection of songs is my gift to you with appreciation and love," said Ross in a statement. "I am eternally grateful that I had the opportunity to record this glorious music at this time."

The album is preceded by a single of the same name, released for streaming and download today.

Tracklisting for Thank You in full:

1. 'Thank You'
2. 'If the World Just Danced'
3. 'All Is Well'
4. 'In Your Heart'
5. 'Just In Case'
6. 'The Answers Always Love'
7. 'Let's Do It'
8. 'I Still Believe'
9. 'Count On Me'
10. 'Tomorrow'
11. 'Beautiful Love'
12. 'Time To Call'
13. 'Come Together'

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