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Music icon Diana Ross will release her first album in almost two decades.

Ross, 77, said to be the most successful female artist ever, has signed a deal with Decca Records.

Ross, who was to headline Glastonbury this year, said: “I dedicate this songbook of love to all of you, the listeners.”

Her new single Thank You is said to echo the themes of the album, also called Thank You.

Ross rose to fame as the lead singer of the Supremes, which became Motown’s most successful band during the 60s.

After going solo her success continued with hits such as Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.

Music icon Diana Ross will release her first album in almost two decades
(Image: PA)

The singer recently recorded some songs
(Image: Getty Images for The Recording A)

In recent months, Diana has been gearing up to release new music.

She made the announcement with an Instagram post, with the caption: "Life is about change, and this time has, in many ways, been a gift of Reflection and Gratefulness.

"My Love and Gratitude has never been stronger. It seems it will be another year before I am able to tour again.

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"I will always continue singing. Songs of Love and Appreciation.

"I just completed singing 14 new songs. 'Thank you' for your Love and Friendship. Coming soon [heart emoji]."

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