Latto is stirring the pot with the announcement of her upcoming single, “Sunday Service,” set to drop this Friday.
The unveiling of the single cover has ignited a flurry of questions and theories among fans and critics alike.
The artwork for “Sunday Service” features Latto standing prominently in front of a collage of female rappers, all of whom have their eyes crossed out with a thick horizontal line.
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Among the notable figures depicted are Ice Spice, Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim, and Sexxy Red, leading to a wide range of interpretations and speculations.
Some fans are quick to connect the imagery to Latto’s rumored feud with Ice Spice, particularly considering the inclusion of the latter in the collage.
Ice Spice recently released a track titled “Think U Da Shit (Fart),” allegedly targeting Latto after spotting her own music video in the background of one of Latto’s TikTok videos. This perceived tension has fueled anticipation for “Sunday Service” and its potential lyrical content.
However, the presence of other rappers with whom Latto seemingly has no history of conflict, such as Missy Elliott and Lil’ Kim, adds complexity to the interpretation of the artwork. This juxtaposition has sparked debate among fans about the true message behind the single cover and Latto’s intentions.
Adding to the intrigue, Latto’s decision to shoot the visuals for “Sunday Service” in Ice Spice’s neighborhood, the Bronx, further fuels speculation about the nature of their relationship and the themes explored in the upcoming track.