The 10 Best Cover Arts in 2015

2015 seemed to be the year of the “artist cover selfie”. Many bands and artists decided to showcase themselves on their albums, which is totally fine, except it is a little overdone. Still, even with the majority of album covers being selfies, there were still a bunch of great cover arts out there. We will be breaking down the ten best, but before we do that let’s look at the two worst.

Worst: 

Fan Of A Fan: The Album by Chris Brown and Tyga

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This looks like a mix of the worst of the 70’s and 90’s combined. What is going on here? The only thing fitting about this cover is that it looks like Tyga and Chris Brown are reacting to listening to their own shitty album. I just don’t get this whole thing. Then again, the name Fan Of A Fan doesn’t give you much to work with other than a little ceiling fan connected to a bigger ceiling fan, which still would’ve worked out better than this.

Wildheart by Miguel

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I’m at a loss for words. “Hey let’s get naked and have someone paint clouds around us! But don’t show your face cause I wan’t my tattooed chest to be the star of this” is what the thinking must have been for this one. I would like to write 1,000 words about how bad this cover is. But I’m just going to end it by saying it’s utter vomit.

 

The Best

Check out our slideshow for the ten best. Don’t agree? Let us know by commenting below!

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