Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins recently passed away at the age of 50. He breathed his last breath at the Four Seasons Casa Medina hotel in Bogota, Colombia. It has been recently noted Ozzy Osbourne’s new album will featured the late Taylor Hawkins in a collaboration.
Ozzy Osbourne reveals the inclusion of Taylor Hawkins collab
Recently, Rockwheels noted that Ozzy Osbourne shared information about the Ordinary Man successor he will feature in the collaboration of the late Taylor Hawkins. Andrew Watt revealed that the late Foo Fighters drummer played on several tracks from the album, which will also feature other rock stars such as Chad Smith.
“I started doing some basic tracks with Chad and Robert Trujillo, who used to play in Ozzy’s band. Taylor Hawkins also came in and played a lot on the record, which adds a different advantage, a kind of reminiscent of Ozzy’s 80s era, in an excellent way. And I think it’s cool that a rock fan can listen to a record that half has Chad Smith on drums, and then you turn around and listen to Taylor Hawkins.”
The cause of Hawkins’ death is still not officially confirmed by authorities, but there are reports. ‘According to those close to him, the death could be related to the consumption of drugs.’ The Daily Mail reported this alleged statement. He had a history of drug abuse.
White powder ‘similar to cocaine’, and hallucinogens, were allegedly found in the five-star Casa Medina hotel room of Hawkins. Highly respected Colombian journalist Luis Carlos Velez, the Bogota-based director of radio station FM recently claimed that a police officer who entered Hawkins’ room had told prosecutors he saw a ‘cocaine-like’ white powder. Foo Fighters have also canceled their 2022 tour dates.