Chicken fodder album covers are the new thing, and it looks like you should give them a try.
The latest crop of albums by popular American artists has been the subject of a slew of recent meme-like memes, including this one by singer and rapper Jaden Smith.
In a post on his Instagram account on Sunday, Smith wrote:I just got a message from my best friend @jadensmith to let me know that my #fodderalbum cover has finally been released.
This is awesome.
It is so much better than my previous #foealbums.
We are the best.
The artist behind the cover, artist-turned-composer David Sussman, also tweeted the photo on Monday morning.
Thanks for all the support from all of you.
It was an honor to collaborate with you.
pic.twitter.com/h3cX2JX4G4 David Sessman (@dsussman) April 26, 2018As you can see from the photo, the cover looks remarkably similar to one the artist put together for his recent release, The Art of Peeve.
The cover includes the artist’s name, a silhouette of his face, and a wordmark similar to the ones on many other memes.
As the meme goes, the word “fodder” has been used as an insult and derogatory word in some parts of the world for a long time.
But for a while now, it’s been used more casually, and in some cases in very flattering ways.
For instance, in 2017, the meme used to be used to mock people for being fat.
The term “follies” is a term that refers to a group of people, especially in the United States, who are very overweight.
While the word is still a commonly used insult and it still carries an negative connotation, it is more than likely that people now realize it is not meant to insult people.
The word has become an everyday, everyday term in the English-speaking world.
As Smith said on Twitter, “foe album covers just took the internet by storm” on Monday.
It’s unclear what will happen to the cover once it’s available for purchase, but Smith has hinted that he may have a lot of ideas for the cover.
Smith recently wrote, “My #foddamass album cover was originally going to be a cartoon that had my face on it, but I got some suggestions from some fans that were really funny.”