22
Aug
2013

Does Drake’s New Album Cover Resemble Blue Ivy Carter?

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

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Drizzy Drake has released the artwork for his junior album, ‘Nothing Was the Same’. Designed by Kadir Nelson (the same artist who designed the cover artwork featured on the album MICHAEL, Michael Jackson’s first since his death), the cover illustrates a ‘Baby Drake’ of sorts, while the deluxe version is Drizzy at his present age–signature part and all.

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Drake shared the cover of the artwork via twitter, with a mixed reaction as to be expected. One of the more interesting comments is that Blue Ivy resembles ‘Baby Drake’.

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What’s more? Drake fans will have to wait an additional week for ‘Nothing Was the Same’. Earlier today, major retailers gave the album a new release date of September 24th, instead of the original September 17th date.

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5 Comments to “Does Drake’s New Album Cover Resemble Blue Ivy Carter?”

  1. The Mrs says:

    No it doesnt . the picture looks like him

  2. Anonymous says:

    Drake using the fact he looks like Blue Ivy to make money…. whats next… he’s going to start referring to Jay and Bey as mom and dad on social media….

  3. Sue says:

    Why the question can’t be “Does Blue Ivy Carter look like Drake?”……

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