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.
The projections have arrived for Pusha T's new album My Name Is My Name. Pusha estimated in a previous interview he'd do 100k, although he said he wouldn't be disappointed if he did less-- which is a good thing 'cause it looks like he won't quite reach 100,000.
Justin Timberlake's follow-up to his enormous come-back effort, The 20/20 Experience, won't be following up when it comes to numbers. The sales projections for The 20/20 Experience 2 are in, and it's looking like less than half of the original did.
Many people were wondering if Drake would be able to break the 1 million mark in sales with his new album Nothing Was The Same. The sales projections for the first week are in today, and it seems he's not quite there yet.
Maybach Music Group released their third compilation effort, Self Made Vol. 3, this past week on September 17th. Although they chose to drop on a date without much competition, their sales projections aren't that strong.