We were On The Ground with the legendary Jonathan Mannion who took us through his album cover exhibition that took place last week in Braamfontein. It's so interesting to follow the story behind some of the most iconic album covers of our time. Particularly covers that were posters on our walls. Well, some of us.
He takes us through 50 Cent's 2002 cover shoot, he critiques his 2004 Snoop Dogg cover and also explains how he felt when he didn't do Jay Z's Blueprint 2 cover but did Nas' God's Son instead. This man is a living legend.
Just watch and get inspired: