Diana Ross gave fans an exclusive on her next music endeavor.
The 75-year-old living legend shared some juicy details during a Q&A portion at her TD Toronto Jazz Festival concert where she admits that "ain't no mountain high enough" to keep her from the studio.
"I'm getting ready to go in the studio and do another album and I want to do songs from where I am at — is that the right English? — at this point in time in my life because I feel so incredibly grateful and appreciative of you. I don't want to sing the blues. I want to sing songs that really speak to you and where I'm at at this time in my life, and optimism, and positive."
Diana also announced plans of collaborating with "really incredible producer" Mark Ronson.
"[Mark] is such a doll. He's so humble. I said, 'How do you feel after winning an Academy Award?' And he went, 'Next.' He's ready to go to work. He's lovely, lovely."
Mark has earned himself quite a name in the industry throughout his career. He's honed his music reputation with several accolades including an Academy Award and Golden Globe ("Shallow" with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper), seven Grammy Awards, and two Soul Train Awards (both for "Uptown Funk" with Bruno Mars).
Surely what they've got cooking is going to be delicious!