Listen To New Single From Miss Diana Ross, 'I Still Believe'

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Speaking of the new song, American singer reveals: 'My sons gave me the confidence to make this'

Miss Diana Ross has just shared new single, I Still Believe, along with a teaser for her upcoming music video for All Is Well. The new tracks will both feature on her upcoming album, Thank You, releasing November 7th via Decca Records/Universal Music Group.

Miss Ross will unveil the full video for All Is Well upon the release of her new album. Directed by Amanda Demme in collaboration with the singer’s sons, Evan Ross (producer) and Ross Naess (photography), the clip marks her first music video in over a decade.

In a statement released by Miss Ross, the singer said, “My sons gave me the confidence and encouragement to make this video. After spending almost two years not performing and not being in front of the camera, they supported me in easing back into being around lots of people. These three people really took care of me: Evan Ross (producer), Amanda Demme (director), Ross Naess (photography), and so many others. I am filled with appreciation for the work that they all did to make this happen.”

Recorded in her home studio, Thank You will mark the 25th album recorded by Miss Ross. Ross co-wrote and collaborated on every track with award-winning songwriters and producers. Jack Antonoff, Troy Miller, Triangle Park, Spike Stent, Prince Charlez, Amy Wadge, Neff-U, Freddie Wexler, Jimmy Napes, Tayla Parx, Fred White, and Nathanial Ledgewick, all feature on this magical album.

I spent the past year recording new music and this music is a reflection of the joy and the love and the gratitude that I feel every day,” Ross said of the album. “It’s an album of great appreciation for life, and for all of you. For me there was an urgency in making a meaningful album, working with what is happening now in our world. Through the power of music, we are creating a new kind of conversation that supports our choices and the decisions that we make.



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