Rapper A$AP Rocky honors his late friend A$AP Yams on the cover of his upcoming new album, A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.A$AP). On Saturday (May 9), the Harlem rhymer shared the artwork on his Instagram page.

The black-and-white photo is a gothic collage of sorts. It shows Rocky burying his face in his hands while Yams’ head is protruding from his forehead. If you look closely, Yams’ purple birthmark and face tattoo are clearly visible. Also, Rocky’s fingers are adorned with jewelry, including the A$AP Mob pinky ring.

The cover arts comes after the “Purple Swag” rapper debuted his new track “Everyday.” The song reworks Rod Stewart’s 1972 tune “In a Broken Dream” into a hip-hop ode thanks to Miguel’s soulful cameo and Mark Ronson’s production.

A$AP Rocky’s long-awaited album, A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.A$AP), will hit stores on June 2.

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