Entertainment Weekly reports:
Twenty-two years is an eternity for an artist who changed the face of music to stay silent. But with the preciousness of time in stark focus due to the pandemic — and likely sensing that her window for making another project was closing — Diana Ross is seizing the moment.
Thank You, the 77-year-old diva’s first studio album of original material since 1999’s Every Day Is a New Day, is a love letter to fans and a display of immense gratitude for what Ross has been able to achieve over the last six decades.
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‘Thank You’ is a powerful showcase for how good Diana Ross still is — even after a two-decade absence. https://t.co/tBoBasgYHt
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) November 5, 2021