Eshon Burgundy explains ‘The Fear of God’ album cover
“The crown and [skull] represent man assuming the role as king over his own life as he’s turning away from God to pursue sin,” Burgundy said. “Because one of the common motivators behind this kind of behavior is the love of money, the texture, style and fonts used on the cover resembles paper currency.
“The sword and bullet hanging from the necklace are indicative of the war that exists in the heart of man, especially one in the process of turning from light toward darkness. The album cover itself doesn’t display The Fear of God but rather the lack there of. This is my personal perspective on what [may be] occurring in mainstream society today and is my reason for writing this album. Where is The Fear of God?”