Future and Metro Boomin Reveal Cover Art for New Album 'We Still Don't Trust You'

A few days after breaking the news about the new collaborative record, the 'Turn On the Lights' rapper and the 'Mr. Right Now' spitter offer a look at its black-and-white artwork.

AceShowbiz - Future and Metro Boomin have revealed the cover art for their new collaborative album titled "We Still Don't Trust You". A few days after announcing that they will be releasing the joint record, the "Turn On the Lights" rapper and the "Mr. Right Now" spitter shared more details about the upcoming set.

On Monday, April 8, Future and Metro offered social media users a look at the cover art for the forthcoming album on their Instagram pages. In a new joint post, the two hip-hop artists uploaded the artwork that featured a collage of their four photos.

Two of the pictures capture Future and Metro striking a pose separately. In the snaps, they look in sync in black-and-white ensembles, consisting of white tees and black suits. They also rock matching black sunglasses and flaunt their braided tresses.

The other two photos, which apparently are intentionally made to be blurry, see the "We Don't Trust You" collaborators going incognito in matching white outfits. They sport white headpieces, matching shirts and blazers.

Along with the black-and-white cover art, Future and Metro reminded their devotees that the album will be launched very soon. In the caption of the post, they wrote, "WE STILL DON'T TRUST YOU. THE ALBUM OUT THIS FRIDAY. DROP SOME [a slew of flame emojis] IF YOU READY."

The artwork was unveiled a few days after the two rappers announced that "We Still Don't Trust You" is coming soon. On Thursday, April 4, they shared the exciting news on the same social media platform. In a joint post, they let out a teaser video of the new collaborative album and spilled its release date. In the caption of the post, they simply penned, "Job's not finished," before adding, "4/12/24."

Future and Metro broke the news about the upcoming collaborative record amid the success of "We Don't Trust You". The joint album, which was unleashed on March 22, launched at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It includes "Like That" that debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Type S**t" that sat at No. 2, "Cinderella" that landed at No. 6, "We Don't Trust You" that reached No. 8 and "Young Metro" that debuted at No. 9.

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