Drake Celebrates 'Nothing Was the Same' Sixth Anniversary With Throwback Photos, Cake: See Pics

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Drake visits 106 & Park at 106 & Park Studio on Sept. 23, 2013 in New York City. 

Drake's third studio album, Nothing Was the Same, celebrated its sixth anniversary on Tuesday (Sept. 24). Drizzy chimed in with some throwback photos from 2013 posted to his Instagram before the night was out. 

"NWTS," he captioned. Pics included the 6 God sitting on top of his roof, rocking a "September 24th" hoodie, various NWTS merchandise, and a CD cover of the album. He also took to his Instagram Story to post a photo of his Nothing Was the Same birthday cake, which was expertly decorated with the project's artwork. 

The LP successfully debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after selling 658,000 copies in first-week sales. NWTS would end up spawning seven singles total, which included "Started From the Bottom," "Hold On, We're Going Home," "Worst Behavior," "Too Much," "The Language," "Pound Cake," and "All Me." 

Check out the pics below and give NWTS a spin if you didn't yesterday.



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