Posted by , Nov 20, 2012 at 05:59pm
The Weeknd's re-released project "Trilogy" sold well, but fell short of projected sales.

The numbers are in for The Weeknd’s semi major label debut, as Trilogy fell slightly shorter than projected numbers but still was impressive considering the lack of new material. 

Toronto’s The Weeknd, had re-released his three previous free projects, as well as three new joints.  This was good enough to move 90k units (via XclusivesZone), which is lower than the projected 95-105k for its debut week.

Check out the new released tracks “Till Dawn”, “Valerie”, and “Twenty Eight”.

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First Week Sales For The Weeknd's "Trilogy"

Rose Lilah
Nov 20, 2012 at 05:59pm
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The Weeknd's re-released project "Trilogy" sold well, but fell short of projected sales.

The numbers are in for The Weeknd’s semi major label debut, as Trilogy fell slightly shorter than projected numbers but still was impressive considering the lack of new material. 

Toronto’s The Weeknd, had re-released his three previous free projects, as well as three new joints.  This was good enough to move 90k units (via XclusivesZone), which is lower than the projected 95-105k for its debut week.

Check out the new released tracks “Till Dawn”, “Valerie”, and “Twenty Eight”.

Tags: News
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