Kanye West Floats Idea Of Using Jan Adams' Photo For The Album Cover

HipHop News Posted on April 28, 2018 at 6:12am

Kanye West Floats Idea Of Using Jan Adams' Photo For The Album Cover

The plastic surgeon performs an elective, cosmetic surgery on the late Donda West that led to her 2007 death.

Kanye West did not resile from his Twitter rampage. After dropping two new singles — the troll-fastic "Lift" and "You Vs. The People" with T. I. — Kanye has returned with ideas for his solo album's cover art.

The Saturday (28 April), you Have shared a text exchange with someone named Wes — presumably to be an artist and longtime collaborator Wes Lang — who included a photo of the plastic surgeon Jan Adams. Adams makes an elective cosmetic surgery on Ye's mother Donda West that led to her 2007 death.

"This is my album cover," he wrote. "This is plastic surgeon Jan Adams. The person who made my mom's final surgery. Do you have any title ideas? I want to forgive and stop hating."

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— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018

The conversation led to a revelation about love and forgiveness.

"I think that is exactly what you should wear," Wes continued. "Love love love love. I'm so tired of saying and thinking the word hate. Is wild man. After the night I came home and talked I've been forgetting, and forgiving, and only think about loving people. This was an important talk about me."

Kanye responded, "I love you, bro. I love Gabe ... I love the world. I'm going to cross my Shit-The World of the tattoo and put the Love in The World."

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— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018

If Yeezy is serious about the use of Adams' photo for the cover art remains to be seen, but the follow-up to 2016, The Life Of Paul is expected to arrive by the 1 of June.

Ye's return to Twitter has not been rare, esoteric and pro-Trump tweets. You also announced a number of imminent release dates for upcoming projects, including Pusha T King Pusha the 25 of May, of the collaborative project with Kid Cudi, the Children See Spirit, June 8, and Nas' album on the 15th of June.

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