Well, it looks like Kanye West is going to keep everything simple with his upcoming solo effort, 'Yeezus.' The rapper-producer revealed the official artwork for the LP through a tweet.

As we reported last week, the project will be featured in a clear CD case. No cover or booklet, just a red sticker with "Yeezus" written on it and the tracklist on the back.

Details on the album have been shrouded in mystery. So far, we know that there are two songs on the LP -- 'New Slaves' and 'Black Skinhead.' However, in recent weeks, Yeezy did release a 13-second snippet of a song called 'Bound,' which could very well be featured on the effort too.

Chicago rapper Chief Keef revealed that he will make a cameo appearance on 'Yeezus.'

“I am on the song called...I forgot,” he said. “I forgot what the song is called, but it is a hot song.”

Either way, from the looks of it, 'Yeezus' is shaping up to be a big album. Although, we are a little disappointed that there won't be a CD booklet with the collection. We would prefer some type of visual component to go along with the album.

Kanye West's sixth LP, 'Yeezus,' will hit stores June 18.

Watch Chief Keef Confirm His Appearance on Kanye West's 'Yeezus' Album