2 Chainz Unveils 'Pretty Girls Like Trap Music' Cover Art

2 Chainz performs at Champions Square on Aug. 27, 2016 in New Orleans.
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2 Chainz performs at Champions Square on Aug. 27, 2016 in New Orleans.

2 Chainz recruited artist Trevor Andrew (also known as @troubleandrew) to whip up the cover art for his upcoming album Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. 

Tity Boi took to Instagram on Thursday (May 25) to unveil the artwork -- a pink portrait of a spooky, run-down home surrounded by lightning and a tornado -- with the caption: "#prettygirlsliketrapmusic album cover thought of by me and designed by @troubleandrew#guccighost #guccitraphouse#girlslikepink #beautifultrap this street artistic expression drops on 6/16/17 ps. You know the merch game gone be crazy right !!!--------" 

 

The album cover follows the Atlanta rapper's star-studded trailer for PGLTM (due June 16), which includes cameos from collaborators Drake and Pharrell.

During his visit to The View on Wednesday, the "Good Drank" rhymer offered a synopsis of the album. "It's still edgy content, but trap music is defined as low socioeconomic background music where you have to hustle to get out and it's a situation where a lot of good girls used to like the bad guys, and that's what this album is about," he said. 

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