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UPDATE 09/21/21, 12:07 p.m. ET: After unveiling the cover art for his new album, Lil Nas X unveiled the full tracklist, which includes features from Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Jack Harlow, Elton John and Miley Cyrus.

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Lil Nas X‘s Montero the rollout has been one for ages, with blood-infused “Satan shoes” and the brief but unforgettable ubiquity of “nah he tweakin. “

Tuesday, just hours after sharing his own vision Duck and Damien hirstis pregnant emoji centric Boy in love certified art, X has unveiled the cover of his first feature film.

Fans were quick to note that the figure of X seen on the cover, which the “Sun Goes Down” artist later confirmed, referred to a John Stephens piece titled Genesis II, previously appeared in the video “Industry Baby” and a Montero trailer.

Others, including the one who currently manages Tidal’s Twitter account, have compared X’s placement on the cover at a key moment in Sponge Bob SquarePants traditions. X himself pointed out the often-used floating meme. Mr SquarePants was also recently drawn into the discussions surrounding the second iteration of Kanye West. Donda performance art events, which ended with West floating up to the theoretical skies.

X later pointed to a verse from the Book of Genesis, which tells, among other things, how a higher power decided to rest a little after having made the whole existence by hand.

Montero, expected September 17, was described by X in a recent Variety characteristic as being “much more personalThan his previous work. “I have a goal in my head for where I want to be, but my whole life and career is just beginning and winging it,” said X in Jem Aswad and Ramin Setoodeh’s cover.

Below, see more of X’s comments on the Montero cover, as well as what fans think of its unveiling.