Hillary Clinton will soon have a new album cover for her upcoming memoir, “America First.”
The cover, created by artist Janet Jackson, is a combination of the cover of the band Metallica’s new album “Live Forever,” and “I Am a Patriot,” which was the cover for the band’s first album, 1999’s “American Dream.”
The album cover was created using the “metal-on-metal” technique, in which the metal pieces are attached to metal surfaces with tape, which allows for a more detailed look at the metal, Jackson told Business Insider.
“I think the cover is very well done,” she said.
“It’s a very cool combination of metal and metal imagery.
I think it’s very interesting.
And the song itself is also very interesting.”
Jackson, who has previously worked on “Star Wars” and “Thor,” said the cover has been in the works for a long time.
“It was in the middle of the making of [the] movie ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,'” she said, referring to the 2016 blockbuster movie.
“The cover for ‘America’ was actually a long, long time in the making.
We did a lot of research and we knew we wanted a very, very, detailed, detailed look into the country.
And we really wanted the metal to be very, much, like, the metal on metal imagery, so it would look like metal.
It was a long process, and we were really proud of it.”
The artist used a combination on her cover, which features a portrait of the Democratic presidential nominee wearing a gold dress, along with an illustration of a woman in a dark suit.
The cover was inspired by a tweet Hillary Clinton tweeted from her account, in late September, that depicted the cover as the first cover of her memoir.
She tweeted, “This cover was designed by Janet Jacksons art team, who were a great help with the concept.
I can’t thank them enough.”
The tweet was retweeted more than 100,000 times and has since been seen over 5 million times.
“Hillary Clinton has been an icon of transparency and accountability for decades, and she deserves a new cover.
Her message is clear, and it’s a powerful symbol of hope and change for our country,” Jackson said.
The artist explained that the cover was a result of a discussion with Hillary Clinton, who said she was “proud” of the new cover for “America.”
“Hillary wanted to make sure that she was showing that we were ready for the next chapter, and that she felt she needed to have a really clear message for our young people,” Jacksson said, adding that the artist was “really excited” to see “America” finally available to the public.
“We thought the album cover, when it was originally commissioned, was the perfect way to showcase the strength of our movement,” Jack said.
“She said, ‘I really want you to come up with something that is going to be a statement about the United States of America.
This is going have to be the best cover that you can come up for us to release, because it’s going to show the power of our community.'”
She also asked that people who like to read about the history of the United Nations vote to donate $1,000 to her campaign, so they can purchase the cover at the Hillary Clinton Presidential Library.
“Thank you, thank you, I appreciate that,” Clinton said in response.
“That was a really fun conversation,” she continued.
“That was an honor.”