Rihanna revealed the cover to her eighth studio album during a private viewing in Los Angeles on Oct. 7, and it’s amazing. Not only did she show it off, but she also explained the meaning behind it.

Rihanna‘s eighth studio album is now closer to becoming a reality. The 27-year-old singer’s fans have been anxiously awaiting her forthcoming EP, which will be titled “ANTI”, and with the Oct. 7 reveal of her new album cover, we’re even more excited for what’s to come!

While at a private viewing at Mama Gallery in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 7, RiRi unveiled her new album cover, which was created by Roy Nachum. As you can see above, it’s a photo of Rihanna, which she says was taken on her “first day at day care.” Her 5-year-old self seems to be holding a balloon and wearing a crown. And the entire album art is covered in braille.

Rihanna explained this by saying, “The people who have sight are the most blind.” Very interesting.