Drake is pictured in blurry image for the artwork featured on the front page of his summer release 'Thank Me Later'.
Drake's picture which will be featured on the front page of his upcoming full-length debut album "Thank Me Later" has been uncovered. The artwork sees a blurry headshot of the Canadian rapper with eyes looking up beyond the camera.
"Thank Me Later" is scheduled to be made available for purchase across the United States on June 15. The lead single of the summer release has been embraced by music fans since March this year with a music video being debuted later on.
Recently, Drake filmed a music video for the second single "Find Your Love" which is produced by Kanye West. Shooting it in Jamaica, the rapper once again reunited with director Anthony Mandler, the same man who directed his "Over" video.
While waiting for the "Find Your Love" video to arrive for viewing pleasure, fans can watch Drake's live performance at his eco-friendly tour which has been kicked off since April 5 at Slippery Rock University. He will conclude the gig on May 8 with the last stop taking place in Plymouth. K-OS and Francis & The Lights are billed as his supporting acts.