Photo Credit: Nick Cannon
It’s not every day that we are blessed with music that comes from the soul! Late Sunday night, Nick Cannon released his album ‘The Miseducation Of The Negro You Love To Hate’, and he laid his soul out on the table for the world to hear!
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The artwork for my new mixtape is super special to me. Inspired by one of my favorite books by Carter G. Woodson and one if my favorite rappers and Grios @IceCube. Love yo dope artist @sarjoey You did your thingb🔥 🔥🔥🔥 It’s simple but says a great deal and that’s how this project came together, just poring my soul out to the world… I hear y’all loud and clear. Hate me or Love me, Educate Yourself!!
Paying attention to the fine details, Nick made sure the cover artwork was equally as meaningful as the music. He expressed his gratitude to the young artist, Sarjoey, who has done work for a variety of hip hop artists in the past. Nick expressed in an Instagram caption that the mixtape’s cover is inspired by one of his favorite books by author, Carter G. Woodson and one of his favorite rappers, Ice Cube.
Beyond his artistic expression, Nick aims to share a message that is “Hate me or Love me, Educate Yourself!!”
Listen to the FULL project below: