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So Pusha T's 'brilliant' album now means we've forgiven Kanye?

So Pusha T's 'brilliant' album now means we've forgiven Kanye?

I like this other artwork.' Now this other artwork is 85 grand.

The album cover image depicts Houston's bathroom in her Atlanta home.

For those unfamiliar with the project, Kanye helped produce Pusha T's album and has been promoting the finished product on Twitter. "We picked what we picked, it's here, it's ready"'.

This alone would make it a good day for rap aficionados, but then Pusha T, 41, had to go and put out DAYTONA, a Kanye West-produced record that has critics calling it his "best album in years". I'm gonna pay for that.' I say, 'You my man! You my man!' I love it, I actually do love it.

Pusha told Entertainment Weekly that the image "definitely does match the energy of my album", and that is "represents an organized chaos". So, there's nothing I even want to hear in regards to [Trump]-a point of view, anything.

In an interview with The Angie Martinez Show, he said the cover art was a last-minute change by West.

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"It's a picture. To license it worldwide is $85,000", he teased. I'm just going to let (West) do that thing.

The photograph has been in the public domain since February 2012 when it was released after the singer's death at the Beverly Hilton hotel.

Daytona, originally titled King Push, was expected to follow King Push - Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, released in December 2015, but was delayed.

This isn't the first time Yeezy has been doing some free thinking doing album artwork.

Last month amid his epic Twitter spree the rapper revealed he wanted to use a photo of the doctor who operated on his late mother Donda shortly before she passed away in 2007, for the cover of his upcoming solo album. I'm an idiot. Love Whitney forever and ever.

Adams wrote West an open letter urging the rapper not to use the photo.