The initial sales projections for Logic's fourth studio album Everybody are in, and they're looking to be the biggest first sales week of the Maryland rapper's career. According to Hits Daily Double, Logic's album is expected to sell 225-240,000 equivalent album units, with 155-165,000 of those coming through in traditional sales.

Logic's last proper studio album The Incredible True Story, sold 135,000 equivalent album units in its first week in 2015. It debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. 

With numbers like these, Logic has a shot at a No. 1 debut on the charts this week. 

Meanwhile, Atlanta-based newcomer Russ is looking to do 36-41,000 equivalent album units first week, with 18-20,000 traditionally sold. Stream his new project There's Really A Wolf here.

Logic recently revealed that the follow-up to Everybody will be his final album. "It’s going to be a story to end all stories, including my own," he said. "And then I’m going to go fucking act and get this money. I’m going to be a husband and take care of my little puppies and have some fucking kids and just enjoy life. Fuck that."

Stay tuned for Logic's final sales numbers next week.