Drake unveils the colorful artwork for his anticipated album, 'Nothing Was the Same.' Apparently, the Toronto rapper-singer will have two different album covers for fans to choose from.

The two illustrated covers feature a baby Drizzy with an afro looking up into the sky, blue skies and pillowy clouds behind him. The other cover is the adult Drake, looking down with the same vibrant backdrop. If you put them together, you will see baby Drake looking up at the adult Drake.

The artwork was designed by Kadir Nelson who designed Michael Jackson's posthumous album, 'Michael.' Complex has more information on this talented painter, who is behind some of the U.S. Postal Service's historic Forever stamps.

Initially due on Sept. 17, 'Nothing Was the Same' is now being released on Sept. 24. According to reports, rap heavyweights Jay Z and Lil Wayne are featured on the album.

Meanwhile, Drake is set to perform 'Started From the Bottom' at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday (Aug. 25) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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