Ty Dolla $ign Reveals Two Mysteries About ‘Vultures 2’ Cover Art

Ty Dolla $ign Reveals Two Mysteries About ‘Vultures 2’ Cover Art


March 11th, 2024


Ty Dolla $ign has confirmed that the Vultures 2 cover art contains some familiar faces.

In an Instagram post dated Saturday (March 9), Ty responded to a fan who asked many of the same questions that other fans had about the as-yet-unreleased project’s cover.

“This is your album to [sic], why you’re not in the cover??” wrote the fan, implying that the cover featured a photo of Kanye West wearing a mask (as he’s often wont to do).

“this is me holding a picture of my brother Tc fyi,” the artist replied.

Check out the post, and the comments, below.

With his post, Ty confirmed previous speculation about the person in the photograph on the Vultures 2 cover art.

On Friday (March 8), Ye and Ty premiered songs from the second installment of their collaboration in Los Angeles, inside what seemed like a warehouse with a limited capacity.

In clips from the event that began making the rounds online, both stars can be seen playing unreleased joints such as “Field Trip/Venom” featuring Playboi Carti, “Promotion” featuring Future, “Take Off Your Dress” and “Fighting Fires.”

The following day, the duo also revealed the album’s artwork. In it, a masked figure can be seen standing in an outfit and setting identical to the Vultures 1 cover, this time by himself. The person, later revealed to be Ty, is holding a framed headshot. Many people thought, and Ty later confirmed, that the photo is of the singer’s brother Jabreal Muhammad aka Big TC.

TC, a singer and producer, is currently serving a 16-year prison sentence for a murder he and his brother maintain he did not commit. Ty named his 2015 debut album Free TC.

Back in January, it was announced that Vultures would be rolled out in three parts, with one month between each drop. Vultures 1 arrived just one day after its scheduled release date last month, though its sequel has yet to go live.

In related news, French Montana recently suggested that he’ll appear on the LP. Earlier this month, the New York City rapper shared a short video to his Instagram Stories with Ye and Ty inside a studio. Though no music was playing in the clip, the latter could be seen and heard adding vocals to a song.

“Back to work [wave and surfing emojis] @tydollasign @ye Vultures 2 coming soon,” he captioned it.


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