Latto‘s latest single artwork for “Sunday Service” has ignited a flurry of speculation and debate among fans and observers alike. The rapper, known for her candid expression and bold musical style, teased the upcoming track last month on her TikTok account, setting the stage for anticipation.
However, it’s the direction of the single cover that has piqued interest and raised eyebrows. In the artwork, Latto’s eyes are conspicuously crossed out with a thick horizontal line, while she stands against a backdrop collage featuring prominent female rappers, all with similarly obscured eyes. Notably, among them is Ice Spice, fueling speculation of a simmering feud between the two artists.
SUNDAY SERVICE— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) February 6, 2024
While some fans are quick to draw connections between the artwork and the alleged rift between Latto and Ice Spice—stemming from recent social media interactions—others find themselves perplexed by the inclusion of other rappers seemingly unrelated to any known disputes. Icons like Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim, and Sexxy Red make appearances, adding layers to the mystery surrounding the artwork’s narrative.
The tension between Latto and Ice Spice intensified last week when Ice Spice dropped her new single, “Think U Da Shit (Fart),” in what many perceive as a direct response to perceived slights from Latto. Ice Spice’s candid remarks during a recent online session added fuel to the fire, shedding light on the underlying tensions within the hip-hop community.
Latto’s decision to shoot the visuals for “Sunday Service” in Ice Spice’s neighborhood, the Bronx, adds a provocative layer to the unfolding drama. With lyrics evoking a sense of confrontation and bravado, such as “20 black Suburbans, we pull up like Sunday Service,” Latto’s artistic expression seems poised to fuel further speculation and debate.