These Artists Really Need To Change Up Their Album Cover Game

Perfection is only born so many times.

If you’ve suffered from deja vu after looking at albums (jk, do people do that anymore?), you’re not alone. Sometimes artists really want to get their vision across, and so they do it on their album art—over and over and over. Here are the vibes we’ve gotten multiple times from your favorite singers. Warning: Mariah’s legs will follow you e-v-e-r-y-where.

Adele: Deep thoughts with shadows on fleek.

19 (2008)

XL

21 (2011)

XL

Ariana: Adele did it first though.

Yours Truly (2013)

Republic

My Everything (2014)

Republic

Blake Shelton: just a cool dude who likes to sit on the left side of his album cover in jeans and a button up, ya know?

Pure BS (2007)

Warner Bros. Nashville

Cheers, It’s Christmas (2012)

Warner Bros. Nashville

Calvin Harris: sick glasses, bro.

I Created Disco (2007)

Fly Eye/Columbia

Ready for the Weekend (2009)

Fly Eye/Columbia

Enrique Iglesias: only feeling the left side of my perfect profile.

Enrique (1999)

Interscope

Escape (2001)

Interscope

7 (2003)

Interscope

95/08 Éxitos (2008)

Universal Music Latino

Greatest Hits (2008)

Interscope

Euphoria (2010)

Universal Republic/Universal Music Latino

Justin Timberlake: on his suit and tie.

FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006)

Jive/Zomba

Mr. Timberlake (2008)

Jive

Jason Derulo: so serious and wants you to know it. ARE YOU SEEING ME, PEOPLE??

Jason Derulo (2010)

Beluga Heights/TM3 Records/Asylum/Warner Bros.

Tattoos (2013)

Beluga Heights/Atlantic

Jennifer Lopez: don’t even need to stand up to be perfect.

On the 6 (1999)

Work

This Is Me… Then (2002)

Epic

Rebirth (2005)

Epic

Lana Del Rey: I’d smile, but then I’d probs die, so.

Born to Die (2012)

Polydor/Interscope

Born to Die: The Paradise Edition (2012)

Polydor/Interscope

Ultraviolence (2014)

Polydor/Interscope

Luke Bryan: straight smiling for seven years.

I’ll Stay Me (2007)

Capitol Nashville

Doin’ My Thing (2009)

Capitol Nashville

Tailgates & Tanlines (2011)

Capitol Nashville

Madonna: ambiguously sexual facial expressions all day.

True Blue (1986)

Sire/Warner Bros.

Erotica (1992)

Maverick/Sire/Warner Bros.

GHV2: Greatest Hits (2001)

Maverick/Warner Bros.

Hard Candy (2008)

Warner Bros.

Rebel Heart (2015)

Boy Toy/Live Nation/Interscope

Mariah Carey: legs for days, months, years, and centuries.

#1’s (1998)

Columbia

Rainbow (1999)

Columbia

The Emancipation of Mimi (2005)

Island Def Jam

E=MC² (2008)

Island

Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse(2014)

Def Jam

#1 to Infinity (2015)

Epic/Columbia/Legacy

Pink: vintage pissed.

I’m Not Dead (2006)

LaFace/Zomba

Funhouse (2008)

Laface/Zomba

Truth About Love Tour: Live from Melbourne (2013)

RCA

Pitbull: shades of gray and blue are super mysterious.

Mr. Worldwide (2010)

Planet Pit (2011)

Polo Grounds/J/Mr. 305/Sony

Original Hits (2012)

The Orchard

Rihanna: new RiRi don’t play, you dig?

Rated R (2009)

Def Jam/SRP

Talk That Talk (2011)

Def Jam/SRP

Spice Girls: even our own letter won’t prove how fabulous we are.

Spice (1996)

Virgin

Spiceworld (1996)

Virgin

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