A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Unveils Cover Art for ‘International Artist’ Project
Playing into the theme of his previous gold-certified effort, The Bigger Artist, the project's cover art features A Boogie pulling the strings once again. This time around, the Bronx-born rapper is using his talents to captivate the world, as noted by the artwork theme of him serving as the puppeteer of a globe. It's also worth nothing that on each of his fingers is a different object is entwined including a private jet, two sets of angels, planet Earth and the Moon.
"8 songs, 8 different vibes from across the globe," the "Drowning" rapper noted in the photo's caption along with the hashtags #AlbumComingSoon and #TheWarmUp.
Last month, A Boogie revealed the project would arrive on June 20 and his latest effort "Way Too Fly," featuring Davido, would serve as the project's lead single. While a tracklist for the upcoming project has yet to be unveiled, The International Artist is set to feature guest appearances from the likes of Tory Lanez, Alkaline and Kap G.
Ahead of the project's release, A Boogie has kept the momentum going by delivering a rolodex of features including Ebenezer's "When I Call" and Remy Ma's "Company." The Highbridge native also added his touch to SZA's "The Weekend" with an acoustic version titled "Weak Days."
Check out the official cover art for International Artist below.
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