Gunna has revealed the album artwork for his upcoming record, Drip Season 4, which is set to release this Friday, January 7.
The cover, designed by contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, resembles a diamond-filled statue of the rapper wearing an iced-out chain and black, angular sunglasses. Arsham shared the image to Instagram, simply tagging Gunna in the caption, to which the “Drip Too Hard” vocalist responded, “Thank you bro ! I’ll cherish this 4ever” in the comments.
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Drip Season 4 marks the “final installment” of Gunna’s Drip Season series, according to the rapper. Earlier this week, the hip-hop artist shared a teaser video to Instagram featuring himself and his friends getting together for drinks with the caption, “DS4 1-7-22 #HNY !!” next to a series of emojis.
It is presently unknown who will feature on Gunna’s next effort, though the artwork reveal arrives shortly after Gunna teased a track with Young Thug and Future titled “Come On.” The artist’s previous Drip Season projects have enlisted artists including Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty and more.
Arsham is known for a multitude of impactful artistic collaborations, including those with the likes of Ronnie Fieg and Kim Jones. Last month, the artist posted a photo with Gunna to Instagram, hinting at the crossover.
Take a look at the Drip Season 4 album artwork above.
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