Drake Explains The Meaning Behind His “Nothing Was The Same” Album Artwork

August 28, 2013 by Danny M


Above, Drake chats to MTV about the meaning behind his Nothing Was The Same album artwork while backstage at the Barclays Center in New York on August 23rd. Drizzy also explains why he picked the Kadir Nelson painting over just a photo of himself.

“It’s a child version of myself starring at myself now. When I try to think back through this journey, it’s so hard to pinpoint all these moments and it gets foggy. Even on past albums when I been trying to tell this story, I’ve got there, but maybe not got there all the way. What that album art is to me is that this is my most clear, concise thoughts from now and my best recollection of then.”

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4 Responses to “Drake Explains The Meaning Behind His “Nothing Was The Same” Album Artwork”

  1. Fibz Says:

    We all know he went with a baby on the cover like Wayne on C3 and like Biggie and JayZ’s albums because they were all classic hiphop albums and he wants his album to be a classic.


  2. godzilla Says:

    less than a month away wwoooooo


  3. Kutt Kutt Says:

    @Fibz Stfu!!! He only went w/the pic of him as a baby on the deluxe version dickass.


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