Diana Ross returns to the discography, as she announced her first solo album in 15 years.
The upcoming album, entitled "Thank You", follows the 2006 album "I Love You" and will also be the singer's first new album with original material in 22 years. "Every Day Is a New Day" was released in 1999.
Ross's new album was recorded at home during the lockdown with Jack Antonov, Jimmy Knips, Teila Parks and Spike Stand and will be released on September 10 via Decca, while the single of the same title has just been released.
According to the company's announcement, it is a "strong, open to all, musical message of love and companionship" and "with the songs of happiness, appreciation and joy, it wholeheartedly recognizes that we are all together in it".
"This collection of songs is my gift to you with appreciation and love. "I'm eternally grateful to have had the opportunity to record this wonderful music at this time," said Diana Ross.
"I dedicate this anthology of love songs to all of you, the listeners. "As you listen to my voice, you listen to my heart," he added.
As a solo musician and member of the Supremes, Ross has sold more than 100 million records worldwide. In 1993, she entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most successful female musician of all time.