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T.I. 'Paperwork: The Motion Picture' Album Cover Revealed: Artwork Features 'No Mediocre' Rapper on Old School Document

 

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T.I. has finally gotten his Paperwork in. After announcing a release date for his ninth studio album earlier this week, today (Aug. 27), the "No Mediocre" rapper unveiled the artwork for Paperwork: The Motion Picture on Twitter via his record label, Columbia.

Playing into the record's title, the album cover for Paperwork resembles a very old school immigration document. With a sepia filter, T.I. himself appears in a gray scale image, wearing his signature sunglasses, a hat, leather jacket and white T-shirt.

The album's information falls under document categories "Name" and "Title," with other information about T.I. acting as little bonuses. The recording date of March 27 is stamped on the bottom, and the "Report Made At" box is filled in with "Northern District of Georgia," recalling T.I.'s beloved hometown of Atlanta.

Check out the official artwork for T.I.'s new album Paperwork: The Motion Picture below:

Recently, T.I. revealed that the album will feature some major guest spots. In addition to the Iggy Azalea assisted single "No Mediocre," the rapper has also been in the studio with Young Jeezy, Trae Tha Truth, Nipsey Hussle,Problem, Rick Ross, Pharrell, and Lil Boosie.

He's also reportedly worked with pop names like Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake.

Paperwork: The Motion Picture will be released on Oct. 21.

The album will be T.I.'s ninth studio effort and the immediate follow-up to Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head, which was released in December 2012.

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