YG had a pretty strong debut album, which dropped a week ago today, My Krazy Life. The album brought that new West Coast sound to the masses, with plenty of DJ Mustard production and a cohesive theme tying it all together.
Both Rick Ross' and Pharrell's new albums have been on the shelves for a week now, and so today we've received the first week sales for either LP. While we saw ScHoolboy Q and Kid Cudi fall slightly short of their projected sales, Mastermind and G I R L surpassed their projected sales.
The numbers are in for both ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron and Kid Cudi's Satellite Flight albums. Last week, according to projections, Q was on track to move 150-160k, while Cudder was looking like he'd sell 90-95k.
Welp. Angel Haze took her music career into her own hands this past December when she decided to leak her own album, Dirty Gold, after her label apparently refused to release it on the date she wanted.
B.o.B dropped his new album, Underground Luxury, on December 17th without too much fuss or noise. It seems the relatively quiet roll out is reflected in the first week sales projections for the LP, as the projections are quite low.
This past Tuesday was full of major releases. Alongside Paul Wall and E-40’s new albums, Childish Gambino and R. Kelly released highly anticipated projects as well, and the early first week sales projections are in for those albums.
Aside from making headlines this past week for issues that are now resolved with Juicy J, Yo Gotti also did happen to release his new album I Am on Tuesday (11/19). With singles such as “Act Right” and “Cold War“ featuring J.
With DJ Khaled’s seventh studio album, Suffering From Success, hitting store shelves on Tuesday, HDD comes through with their usual first week sales projections. Unfortunately for Khaled, his success doesn't look to be the only thing suffering.