Snoop Dogg’s New Album Art Shows Trump In A Body Bag

by Olivia Butler

November 3, 2017

Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images

Snoop Dogg just released his new album art and it’s… creative.

He drew inspiration for his album art from Ice Cube’s 1991 cover of Death Certificate. His warm feelings for Trump made for some entertaining changes.

On Snoop’s cover the grand ole number 45 was shown lying in the body bag while a play on Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again,” was reimagined to read “Make America Crip Again,” decorating the top.

We like it.

To make this a little sentimental, the Ice Cube album Snoop’s cover art was inspired by actually celebrated the anniversary of its release a few days ago on October 29th. Snoop’s album was released on October 27th. Coincidence?

On this day in 1991 #DeathCertificate 🎶 What was your favorite track? ⬇️

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Snoop Dogg’s fondness of the man who won the electoral vote is nothing new. In fact, this isn’t the first time Snoop has used his art to express his feelings for the Donald.

In March of this year Snoop Dogg released the music video for his song Lavender. In it he shows himself shooting a clown Trump in the head. But the video doesn’t stop there. It also draws attention to police shootings and other social justice issues. Watch the full video below.

What do you think about the album art? 

 

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