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Ty Dolla $ign Drops Off Cover Art From His & Ye’s Upcoming Joint Album ‘Vultures’

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have unveiled the cover art to their upcoming album Vultures. 

Posted on Ty’s Instagram page, the hazy cover finds a bird perched on a shovel atop a coffin in a grassy field. The album art comes after Ye and Dolla $ign previewed new music during Art Basel and performed at Miami’s LIV Nightclub. The newly formed tag team also unleashed the upcoming album’s tracklist, featuring their previously released song “Vultures” with Bump J and Lil Durk and the elusive song “New Body” with Nicki Minaj. “New Body” was slated to appear on West’s 2018 album Yandhi, but the album was shelved, and he pivoted to 2019’s Jesus Is King. It will also include “Everybody,” which sampled Backstreet Boys 1997 hit “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).”

After playing the album on Monday night (Dec. 11), West looks to have numerous features on display, including Future, Playboi Carti, Freddie Gibbs, Lil Baby, and North West, who was rapping alongside Ye during his listening party. The event was also starry as Offset, Lil Durk, and Freddie Gibbs were all in attendance as they watched Ye and Ty perform cuts from the project. 

Vultures will be Ye’s first album since the release of his 2021 album Donda, which won a pair of Grammys the following year, most notably for best rap song. As for Ye and Ty, their collaborations date back to Ty’s “Ego Death” (2020), Ye’s “Everything We Need” (2019), “Real Friends” (2016), and “Only One” (2014). 

Check out Ye and Ty’s album cover for Vultures below. The album arrives Friday (Dec. 15). 

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