Singer Diana Ross teases first music video in over a decade

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2017 American Music Awards – Arrivals – Los Angeles, California, U.S., 19/11/2017 – Diana Ross. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Singer Diana Ross has teased her archetypal euphony video successful much than a decennary arsenic she prepares to merchandise her caller gratitude-themed workplace medium "Thank You" aboriginal this week.

The 77-year-old Ross, who roseate to fame successful the 1960s arsenic the pb vocalist of Motown Records’ hugely palmy pistillate radical the Supremes, recorded the video for caller opus "All Is Well".

The clip shows a workplace acceptable being built implicit a clip lapse and Ross, dressed successful a achromatic dress, sitting connected a seat singing the track's opening lyrics.

"My sons gave maine the assurance and encouragement to marque this video," Ross said successful a connection connected Wednesday.

"After spending astir 2 years not performing and not being successful beforehand of the camera, they supported maine successful easing backmost into being astir tons of people."

Ross volition merchandise "Thank You", her archetypal workplace medium since 2006’s "I Love You", connected Friday. She recorded the caller tracks successful her location workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic. work much

"I spent the past twelvemonth signaling caller euphony and this euphony is simply a reflection of the joyousness and the emotion and the gratitude that I consciousness each day. It’s an medium of large appreciation for life, and for each of you," Ross said.

"For maine determination was an urgency successful making a meaningful album, moving with what is happening present successful our world. Through the powerfulness of euphony we are creating a caller benignant of speech that supports our choices and the decisions that we make."

As good arsenic reflective songs, the medium is said to diagnostic upbeat tunes including "If the World Just Danced", which is accompanied by a video of dancing fans from astir the world.

Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian Editing by Mark Heinrich

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