An artwork featured as the cover art of Kanye West's new single "Power" has been posted on the rapper's official blog. The image is created by contemporary visual artist, George Condo, and features an illustrated headshot of Kanye with his mouth and eyes widely opened.
With the artwork, Kanye apparently wants to show the world that he is back and ready to attack whoever is trying to mess with him. This furthermore emphasizes messages he delivers through the song lyrics which has him slamming "Saturday Night Live" cast for spoofing him after his infamous stage crash at 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.
Featuring Dwele, "Power" is taken from Kanye West's forthcoming studio album tentatively titled "Good Ass Job". Commenting on his duet with Kanye, Dwele told MTV, "I think it's dope. I think [the record] is doing what it's supposed to do, as far as letting people know he's back to rapping. He got some bars on that joint. I enjoy it. It's one of those joints. I roll down the windows and ride out to it. I usually don't play stuff that I'm on, but that song bangs."