Every Day is a New Day is a studio album by American singer Diana Ross, released in 1999 on the Motown label. It was released around the same time as the motion picture, Double Platinum, in which Ross co-starred with Brandy, some of the album's tracks being songs that Ross' character sings in the film. It was the last contractual album Ross released in her second Motown tenure and would be the last Motown studio effort until the label released her shelved jazz standards album, Blue, in 2006 and would also be Ross' last studio album of new material for another seven years. On this album Ross continued her contribution to co-writing on bonus tracks "Free (I'm Gone)" and "Drop the Mask", the former once again addressing "the divorce album" issue with lyrics of romantic dissension. These tracks were only on the Japanese edition of the album. Every Day Is A New Day was released in the UK with slightly different cover graphics and an amended track listing.