On the heels of new song “New Slaves” debuting on the facades of 66 buildings, Kanye West’s equally innovative Yeezus cover art has emerged online. The packaging appears to feature a gold sticker and a piece of red tape — or a sticker resembling a piece of red tape — on a clear jewel case, with a marble-patterned CD blending into the background. The centuries-old high art aesthetic is carried over from previous albums My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Cruel Summer, but with a guerrilla twist that has begun to define West’s most recent album cycle.
Yeezus is also available on iTunes as a pre-order — 14 untitled tracks are unlisted, with 13 of them running 3:02 in length. It has not yet been confirmed if those are the true song lengths.