Drizzy reveals the artwork via Instagram.
Reflection is the name of the game on Drake's Nothing Was the Same album covers. Last night, Drake Instagrammed the original and deluxe edition album artwork illustrating him in present day, and as an afro-rocking baby, reminiscent of Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die cover.
The artwork is courtesy of San Diego-based artist Kadir Nelson.
Since the album was pushed back a week (from Sept. 17 to Sept. 24), the double covers may be just what fans needed to tide them over until the release and his MTV Video Music Awards performance this Sunday (Aug. 25).
In further promotion of Nothing Was the Same, the "All Me" rapper will head out on a nationwide tour with Miguel and Future starting late September. Confirmed features on the album include Jay Z and Lil Wayne with production from Hudson Mohawke, Noah "40" Shebib, Hit-Boy and 16-year-old Canadian beatmaker Wondagurl.
Want more Drizzy? He also covers the latest issues of XXL magazine's 150th issue, on stands now.
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