We try to avoid nudity on Complex, and luckily for Mac Miller (and for all of us, really) his convenient placement of the "Parental Advisory" notice on his cover art for Watching Movies With The Sound Off saves him from any (technically) indecent exposure. Back in 1968, John Lennon and Yoko Ono spearheaded the nude album cover movement with Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins, and maybe Mac is similarly just doing what feels natural to him.

Beside his tattooed self, there is a table, an apple upon it, a flower-bearing ornament, and a golden cherub hanging from the ceiling. What these all have to do with one another you may have to interpret for yourself. You'll probably get about as far as if you were to analyze the many cases of non sequitur in his most recent single, "S.D.S.," or the fact that he announced his release date from a bathtub. But definitely let us know once you figure it all out.

WMWTSO drops June 18th.

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