St. Vincent Thanks 'Masseduction' Cover Butt Model For 'Use of Her Wonderful Ass'

St. Vincent
Nedda Afsari

St. Vincent

St. Vincent has finally admitted to who was behind -- erm, in front of -- the butt modeled on her Masseduction album cover. 

The artist shouted out the model in a post advertising new album t-shirts on Instagram on Thursday (Oct. 26). She captioned the photo, "A very special thank you to @carlottiica for use of her wonderful a--." 

The model, Carlotta Kohl, is signed by Elite Model Management, and is also a German-American creative living in NYC featured by i-D a little over a year ago. When she was asked about her own aesthetic, she answered, "Cotton candy, innocent, sexual, dark, Michelle Pfieffer in Scarface," which seems fitting for an album titled Masseduction. 

It turns out, the model had posted the news to her own Instagram account back in September, with a photo captioned, "@st_vincent borrowed my backside for her new album --"

 

@st_vincent borrowed my backside for her new album --

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Her followers asked for proof in the comments -- and while Kohl didn't necessarily have it at the time, now she does, since St. Vincent went back on her promise to "never tell" who the model was in an interview with Vogue

Previously, though, St. Vincent gave a massive clue that the butt was not hers when she posted a press shot showing that there were models alongside her at the shoot. 

Now, the only mystery that remains is the subject of the singer's affections on the love songs of Masseduction. 

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