Billy Morrison

BILLY MORRISON’s smash hit “Crack Cocaine”—featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Steve Stevens and co-written by all three artists—has vaulted this week into the nation’s top 10 rock Mediabase chart at #8. And there’s more firepower where that seismic collaboration comes from.

The British singer, songwriter, and guitarist has today (May 22) shared the cinematic video for “It’s Come To This.” It’s the latest single from his third solo album (and first since 2015) THE MORRISON PROJECT via TLG | ZOID | Virgin Music Group.

“I guess the way that your love makes me feel/Must mean I’m really addicted,” sings OZZY OSBOURNE on “Crack Cocaine,” the newly released track out today (March 21) from BILLY MORRISON’s new solo album THE MORRISON PROJECT that’s due April 19 via The Label Group’s partnership with TLG|ZOID through Virgin Music Group. This seismic collaboration also features STEVE STEVENS on guitar and was co-written by MORRISON, OSBOURNE, and STEVENS who all appear in the video with PARIS JACKSON playing the glamorous/romantic interest, with cameos from visual artist RISK and actor JEFF HILLIARD.

Look for BILLY MORRISON to release THE MORRISON PROJECT—his third solo album and first since 2015—on April 19 via TLG/VIRGIN MUSIC GROUP.

Rock guitar legends Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison assembled a small army of some of their most iconic rock acquaintances for a benefit concert at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, April 16. The pair organized the Above Ground concert to raise funds and awareness for MusiCares foundation, which provides support and community services to musicians in need of medical, personal & financial assistance.

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