The official cover for Kanye West's sixth solo album, Yeezus, was revealed on Friday, MTV reported.
DJ Semtex made the simplified cover public and it is toned down in comparison to the artwork that Kim Kardashian revealed on West's behalf on Instagram last week.
Just as West was getting ready to hit the stage to perform New Slaves and Black Skinhead on the Saturday Night Live season finale May 18, Kardashian posted a photo that included a pair of the unreleased all-red Air Yeezy 2 sneakers and a picture of a crushed CD case held together with a piece of red gaffer tape with a melted Jesus piece on top.
The reported official image, however, simply depicts a CD case, the same red gaffer tape with the word "Yeezus" written on it and a note in all capital letters telling fans to "Please Add Graffiti."
West has until now kept details about the album under wraps and only revealed bits of information when he felt it was necessary.
He sent one tweet, "June Eighteen," earlier this month announcing the album's release date. He then he debuted Black Skinhead and New Slaves on SNL.
Khloe has heard other songs from the album and approved of them, and West.
"I've heard one or two other songs. I don't know the name 'cause his album isn't complete, so I don't know if they've made it onto the album," she said.
"But I love Kanye as an artist; I always have," she added. "I think he's so talented and he is in every sense an artist. He's so creative. I think he's great," Khloe added.
View the video of Khloe's interview here.
The album will reportedly not be available for pre-order.
Watch video of West debuting New Slaves on SNL below.