Katy Perry is teaming up with Migos for her next single. The singer announced a Friday (April 28) release for a new song titled "Bon Appétit" featuring the Atlanta trio.

"Compliments of the chef: 4.28.17," Perry wrote along with a picture of the single's cover artwork.

Perry's artwork, which features her head on a plate with Migos reaching out for it, has not been well received. The cover prompted reactions of disbelief and disapproval since it was posted on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.

The cover might be a misstep, but it won't hurt Migos. They've had a ton of success this year. Back in January, the trio earned the first platinum record of their career with the hit single "Bad and Boujee." Just a few months later, their Culture album also attained platinum status.

“C U L T U R E Is Now Platinum. Thank You God Our Fans We Love You. We Really Put This Album Together By HAND.” Quavo wrote on Instagram last week. Offset followed with his own message, writing a caption that read, “G O D I S T H E R E A S O N. #PLATNIUMWAY.”

Culture's impressive run has obviously been bolstered by the popularity of "Bad and Boujuee." Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have seen multiple tracks from the LP chart on the Billboard Hot 100, proving that droves of fans are drawn to more than their smash hit.

Check out Katy Perry's "Bon Appétit" artwork and a sample of the reaction to it below.

Twitter Reacts to Katy Perry's Cover for Migos Collab "Bon Appétit"

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