Just moments ago, an 'alleged' photo of rapper Jay-Z's "Magna Carta: Holy Grail" cover art surfaced online. With many fans calling the new art work, 'Blasphemy,' and says it's almost similar to rapper Kanye West's 'Yeezus' cover art.
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And recently, Jigga released the official tracklist to the new disc and lyrics to his "Holy Grail" single, which feature's singer Justin Timberlake.
Plus, Kanye still continues to ignite more backlash with his "Yeezus" album. Here's what musicians like Sonny Sandoval had to say:
"In the God department ... Kanye West is as phony as a $2 bill -- according to a very religious lead singer of a very religious nu-metal band. Christian rocker Sonny Sandoval -- famous for songs like "Alive" and "Youth of the Nation" -- feels Kanye has committed blasphemy for writing and singing "I am a God" on his "Yeezus" album. Sonny says, "Kanye West deceives many and will lead many people astray." To hammer his point home ... Sonny quotes Matthew 7:15-23 -- Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves."
And with this much backlash (if the cover turns out to be true), do you think it's okay for Jigga to stay rocking with Kanye and his beliefs and also releasing a controversial cover like this one?