Posted by , Aug 17, 2016 at 01:36am
It doesn't looks like "Sremmlife 2" or "PartyNextDoor 3" will be able to dethrone Drake or Suicide Squad.

Drake’s Views has been having quite the run at the #1 spot in album sales department since it was released back in April, but could either of last week’s PartyNextDoor 3 or Sremmlife 2 finally dethrone it? Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it.  

According to Hits Double Daily, P3 is projected to moved anywhere from 40-44K units in the opening week, whereas Mike Will’s energetic duo, Rae Sremmurd, didn’t fair as well with an expected 25-28K copies to be moved for Sremmlife 2 in the first week. Unsurprisingly, neither project will be able to top Drake’s #Views album, or the soundtrack to “Suicide Squad” for that matter, but they’ll both earn top 10 placements.

For what's worth, Rae Sremmurd’s debut album sold just under 50K in its opening week, practically doubling last week’s sequel. Peep the projected numbers here.

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First Week Sales Projections For "PartyNextDoor 3" & "Sremmlife 2"

It doesn't looks like "Sremmlife 2" or "PartyNextDoor 3" will be able to dethrone Drake or Suicide Squad.


Drake’s Views has been having quite the run at the #1 spot in album sales department since it was released back in April, but could either of last week’s PartyNextDoor 3 or Sremmlife 2 finally dethrone it? Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it.  

According to Hits Double Daily, P3 is projected to moved anywhere from 40-44K units in the opening week, whereas Mike Will’s energetic duo, Rae Sremmurd, didn’t fair as well with an expected 25-28K copies to be moved for Sremmlife 2 in the first week. Unsurprisingly, neither project will be able to top Drake’s #Views album, or the soundtrack to “Suicide Squad” for that matter, but they’ll both earn top 10 placements.

For what's worth, Rae Sremmurd’s debut album sold just under 50K in its opening week, practically doubling last week’s sequel. Peep the projected numbers here.

[Via]

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