Drake Shares Nostalgic Throwback Images In Celebration Of “Nothing Was The Same” 10th Year Anniversary

Drake has posted some throwback pictures from the fall of 2013, when his third studio album was released on social media. Drizzy shared memories of the album that solidified his position as one of the significant figures in Hip Hop on Instagram on Sunday, September 24. He has retained that position ever since. He posted five primarily black-and-white images from the year of ‘Nothing Was The Same’s release with the captions:

“10 years since Nothing Was The Same.”

“If I had to live my life again I’d make the same mistakes only sooner.”

Since then, Drake has performed on multiple tours and released five studio albums. The 6 God’s upcoming album, For All The Dogs, will be released once his tour with 21 Savage concludes. He recently adjusted his busy schedule to make time for both commitments: finishing the It’s All A Blur tour and releasing his upcoming tracklist.

The Canadian rapper announced on social media that he had managed to keep both pledges in the middle of September. He had initially planned to unveil his future project on September 22, but he has moved the date forward two weeks to October 6. On his Instagram Stories, he wrote:

“Okay my dilemma I am faced with is I either cancel shows to finish the album or I complete the mission and drop the album before the last show,”  “I owe you all these memories we are building and anywhere we have missed to date we will be spinning back for sure/ For all the dogs October 6th/ Its only right…”

Drake has so far postponed two concerts without providing a replacement date. The It’s All A Blur Tour was initially scheduled to begin on July 16 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, but that date was moved to September 20 and then cancelled. Three days before the scheduled date, his performance at the Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, on September 8 was also cancelled. Both events have not yet been rescheduled as of yet. The tour’s final concert is scheduled for October 9 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, three days after the album’s revised release date.

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