Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has officially entrusted his I Am Not A Human Being II appearance to Kanye West by letting his creative content company handle the cover art.
The new artwork for Wayne’s long-awaited album surfaced online Wednesday (January 30).
Lil Wayne unveils the cover art for his new album I Am Not a Human Being II. A red insect resembling a butterfly appears against a black backdrop on the unconventional artwork, which was designed by DONDA, the creative content company founded by Kanye West. DONDA also designed the artwork for Wayne’s Mike WiLL Made It-produced single “Love Me” featuring Drake and Future. (Rap-Up)
If all goes accordingly, the LP will arrive on store shelves in late March.
Lil Wayne has unveiled the artwork for his forthcoming album, “I Am Not A Human Being II.” The album cover, which features a red butterfly against a black background, was created by Kanye West’s creative content company, DONDA. Weezy’s oft-delayed 10th studio album will be released on March 26 through Cash Money/Republic Records. (Billboard)
Last year, Weezy said fans could expect to hear some Yeezy production on the I Am Not A Human Being follow-up.
“Production on the album — I got people like Juicy J, Cool & Dre, David Banner on down to uh — I mean it’s so many, shoot,” the YMCMB boss told MTV News Thursday in Las Vegas. The “No Worries” rapper took a moment to remember all the hitmakers who will contribute to his upcoming long player before rattling off names like Streetrunner and finally [Kanye West]. “Yeah he got some music on there,” Wayne confirmed. “It’s crazy, actually I don’t want to give too much up but he’s got a big hand in the album, you’ll see.” (MTV)
Past reports estimated the album would drop before last Thanksgiving.
There’s only about two months left before the wait is finally over. Lil Wayne has confirmed that his 10th solo album I Am Not A Human Being II will be released before the year’s end. The new project is scheduled to drop on November 13. Wayne released the first installation of this album series while serving his time at Rikers Island in New York for a gun charge, and he admits that it forced him to rush recording. (RapFix)