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drake, album cover, nothing was the same


Just a day after Drake announced he was delaying his third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, the Toronto emcee unveils the dual cover art to his highly anticipated album.

Both Nothing Was The Same album covers were designed and illustrated by an artist by the name of Kadir Nelson. Kadir Nelson is also the creative mind behind the artwork of Michael Jackson’s posthumous album, Michael.

The two covers depict the transition Drake has made from a young child to a successful man via animation. The baby picture doesn’t completely look like baby Drake, but it’s pretty damn close. On the other hand, the adult cover is basically a splitting image of a modern-day Drizzy.

Drake’s highly anticipated album, Nothing Was The Same, will now be released on September 24.

Take a look at Drake’s second cover down under, and share your thoughts in the comment section below.

drake, album cover, nothing was the same

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