Rihanna Naked on Unapologetic Cover: Five Albums With Boobs, Butts, and Baby Penises

Rihanna's under-boob tattoo has made a comeback.

Earlier today, the singer surprised her fans by revealing both the release date and cover art for her forthcoming record.

Appropriately titled Unapologetic, RiRi's seventh studio album will hit shelves on November 19, MTV reports. But even more exciting is the fact that the singer's naked torso will be pictured on the record's NSFW cover art.

Ugh, if only she'd move that left elbow, right?

Of course, Rihanna isn't the only musician to go full frontal on an album cover. Check out some of our favorite boobs, butts, and baby penises from records past.

See also:

-Rihanna Shows Boobies in Hawaii! The Pop Star's Top Five NSFW Moments

-Six Richest Ladies in the Music Business: From Rihanna to Britney Spears

-Rihanna Gets "Faded," Watches Strippers Simulate Cunnilingus, Makes It Rain

5. John Lennon and Yoko Ono - Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins

The only thing more disturbing than "two slightly overweight ex-junkies" standing nude in Ringo Starr's basement is what's behind the album art and on the actual record. Poor John Lennon.

4. Prince - Lovesexy

While it was favorably received by fans and critics alike, Prince's 1988 Lovesexy record is best known for its awkward cover art, not the music.

3. Chumbawamba - Anarchy

Case studies show that photographic depictions of live childbirth, particularly that moment when the mother's squeezing the baby out of her vagina, sell records. Take note, aspiring musicians.

2. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Mother's Milk

On 1989's Mother Milk Anthony Kiedes enlisted the help of a giant naked woman to cradle him and his band in her loving arms. At least that's what we think happen since Photoshop wasn't readily available until 1990.

1. Nirvana - Nevermind

Not every great record has a memorable cover. But then again, every record isn't Nevermind

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