Kanye West
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After announcing new projects earlier this month, Kanye West seemed to have hinted at both the title and coverart for his anticipated solo project over the weekend.

Via Twitter, Ye posted a screenshot of a text message coversation with someone named Wes. In it, he posted a photo of Dr. Jan Adams, who he says will appear on the cover of his album.

“This is my album cover. This is plastic surgeon Jan Adams. The person who performed my moms final surgery,” Kanye wrote in the text message, before asking for title suggestions. He seemed to like “LOVE EVERYONE.”

Adams performed a tummy tuck and breast reduction procedure on West’s mother, Donda, a day before she passed away in 2007. After her death, the coroner credited her passing, in party, to a “coronary artery disease and multiple post-operative factors due to or as a consequence of liposuction and mammoplasty.” However, “the final manner of death could not be determined,” the report added.

In addition to potential details about the album, Kanye also said (via text) that he wants to “forgive and stop hating.”

“It’s essential that people start removing the hate from their heart,” he later added on Twitter. “I’ve got a new challenge for everyone today. Pick somebody that you had an argument with that you think you hate maybe even someone you haven’t spoken to in years and contact that person and tell them I love you.”

Details about Kanye’s album are unknown. So far, he’s dropped new tracks, including “Lift Yourself” and “Ye vs. the People” featuring T.I.