See Wale’s Fan Made Seinfeld Inspired ‘The Album About Nothing’ Artwork
The artwork for Wale‘s forthcoming The Album About Nothing has been revealed. The Jack Gambro and Pathetic Pixels designed cover pays homage to Wale’s mixtapes: The Mixtape About Nothing and More About Nothing, with more Seinfeld influenced imagery.
Some of our favorite TV characters from the show make appearances on the album. Jerry Seinfeld, Kramer, George, Elaine, and the legendary Soup Nazi crowd a desk semmingly talking about nothing but business. On the cover Wale looks tired of the talk. Jerry and Wale have been in the studio to record for the project.
This project was intended to treat Wale’s patient fans, but will have to hold up to a high MMG standard. With the success of Rick Ross‘ album Mastermind and Meek Mill‘s recent beef with Wale followed by Meek’s incarceration, The Album About Nothing has some pressure on it to keep Maybach Music on a roll.
@Wale make it official! Haha so sick
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