Jeezy unveils the official artwork for his upcoming album "Seen It All: The Autobiography."
Jeezy 'bout to have our comment section going crazy with Illuminati talk for this one. The rapper took to his Instagram today to reveal the cover art for his forthcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography. He didn't just throw the artwork up though, he posted a video which slowly reveals the symbols on the artwork, and one such symbol is the infamous Eye of Providence. He captioned it, "Realest album of the year."
The album is dropping come September 2nd, and we've already heard the lead single and title track, "Seen It All", which features Jay Z and Cardo on the beat. Recently the Snow Man revealed that we can also expect to hear T.I., Future, Game, and Wiz Khalifa on Seen It All, with a premature album tracklist leaking.
Watch Jeezy's short Instagram trailer for the album below, and peep the artwork in the gallery above.
Go ahead with all your conspiracy theories now.
[Update: Jeezy Responds To Illuminati Controversy]
As we guessed, the fact that Seen It All: The Autobiography's artwork featured the Illuminati's "Eye of Providence" symbol did prompt some to wonder whether the Snow Man was indeed a member of the secret society. But in a recent interview with Mina SayWhat on Power 99, Jeezy denied any connection to the group that's often linked to many a conspiracy theory.
“Do not get art and creativity confused with ignorance,” he said. “I am a hard-working, God-fearing man. I have no idea what an Illuminati is and really don’t give a damn ’cause it has nothing to do with me. I just wanted to do something different and something bigger.It’s kinda a dark album, so I just wanted it to have that mystique about it, something to keep as a collector’s edition.”
He also referenced another historically controversial album cover that co-opted famous symbolism: “When Pac did Makaveli and he put himself on that cross, it was just how he felt. He felt like it was him against the world, him against all odds. He put himself in that mind state. That’s just how I feel. I feel like I’m bigger than music. I’m a leader so I can do that. I don’t want to stand in front of a Lamborghini and give you another picture of me with five chains on. That’s wack for me. I’m nine, ten years in the game. I’m trying to push the envelope a little bit.”
Jeezy concluded the conversation by saying, “When you open that album and play that album, then we ain’t gon’ have this conversation. ‘Cause that music is A1.”
Do you believe Jeezy? Or are you still gonna #staywoke? Watch the full interview below.