Tyga's album artwork will surely turn some heads.
Today, Tyga has officially announced his new album Kyoto, which features one of the year's most questionable album covers so far. In a move that's sure to delight furries across the nation, Tyga has teamed up with Hajime Sorayama, a Japanese illustrator who specializes in (according to his Wikipedia page) "detailed, erotic portrayals of feminized, biomechanoid robots." So, if you ever found yourself wondering what a sexy tiger robot in heat might look like, consider your question answered. And while the album artwork certainly raises some questions, the project itself does sound rather promising.
"I been wanting to make this album for a while now but didn’t have the confidence an the story to express my true emotions," writes Tyga, in his official Instagram announcement. "I thank all the love an support you have given me over the years. Thru my ups an downs,At My highest and my lowest points. Thru my brightest and darkest hours.This album is me opening my heart to you and I hope you enjoy it and love it as much as I do."
He also shouts out the cover's illustrator, thanking Sorayama for "allowing me to share this experience with the world thru your creative art & my vision." The project will be dropping on February 16th, and is available for pre-order here. Kyoto is reported to feature the singles "Temperature" and "Boss Up." While we can't post the uncensored version on our page, you can check out the tiger-maiden in her full x-rated glory over at Tyga's IG page, right here.