Tyga is gearing up for a new project, which he announced on social media this week, titled Kyoto.
The rapper revealed the forthcoming album, which is set to drop Feb. 16, with controversial cover art he posted to Instagram.
It shows a anthropomorphic cheetah woman, bent over on all fours. According to Tyga, the image of the anthropomorphic cheetah woman was created by Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama, who is known for created “precisely detailed, erotic portrayals of feminized, biomechanoid robots, and his design work on the original Sony AIBO robotic ‘pet,’ ” according to Wikipedia.
In the caption, he says the KYOTO is the album he has “been wanting to make this album for a while now but didn’t have the confidence and the story to express my true emotions.I thank all the love and support you have given me over the years. Thru my ups and 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.”
Kyoto is available now for pre-order.