Kanye West Reveals Album Cover for Vultures Volume 1, Showcasing Him in a Friday the 13th-inspired Mask and Wife Bianca Censori Topless
Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s collaborative project, Vultures Volume 1, has finally dropped, albeit a day behind schedule.
In the striking image, West stands beside Censori, donning an all-black ensemble contrasted by a white mask reminiscent of Friday the 13th. Censori is depicted with minimal coverage, her back adorned by a sheer black fabric cinched by a delicate waistband.
Completing the look, Censori wears thigh-high black pantyhose and heels, her sleek black hair styled back, exuding a sense of edgy elegance.
Taking to Instagram in the early hours of Saturday, West shared the album cover along with a series of related images, announcing the release with the caption: “VULTURES 1 OUT NOW.”
This release follows the debut of the music video for the single “TALKING / ONCE AGAIN,” earlier in the week, which notably featured their 10-year-old daughter, North West, lending her vocal talents.
North’s cameo was first showcased during an album listening party in Miami last December, where she joined her father and Ty Dolla $ign on stage, delighting fans with her performance.
Vultures Volume 1 marks the beginning of a trilogy, with subsequent volumes slated for release in March and April.
On Monday, West teased a special event at the United Center, which turned out to be another album listening party. However, the event was overshadowed by controversy when West rapped about anti-Semitism before the live stream abruptly ended.
Following the album cover reveal on Friday, West, also known as Ye, shared a video featuring model Vinetria showcasing the latest YZY offerings in a slow-motion sequence, including a white tank top emblazoned with the word “wet.”
In the accompanying caption, he wrote, ‘YZY SUPERBOWL COMMERCIAL BY AUS,’ hinting at further promotional efforts for his brand.