First week sale projections are in for both Earl Sweatshirt and ASAP Ferg's new albums.
This week was another big week in the album release department. With Earl Sweatshirt and ASAP Ferg both releasing their anticipated albums, we now have first week sale projections for their projects.
According to HDD, Earl's new Doris album is expected to move 55-60k copies in its first week, which should land him the #4 spot on the Billboard charts this week. Where as, A$AP Ferg's new album, Trap Lord, is expected to move about 30-35k copies, which will land him the #5 spot on Billboard right behind Earl. We'll keep you posted come next week when the official numbers come tallying in.
What album are you going to cop?
[Update: Final First Week Sales]
Well the final numbers are in and they were pretty close to the projections. According to HDD, Earl Sweatshirt's Doris album moved 48,552 units, landing him the #5 spot on the charts. Where as ASAP Ferg's Trap Lord album moved only 31,830 units which landed him the #8 spot.
Do you think album sales correlate to the success of a project?