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.
Drake's Nothing Was The Same has met expectations, and debuted at number one on the Billboard charts this week. The album has sold 658,179 units, which is just slightly more than Drizzy's last project, Take Care, moved in its first week.
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.
MMG have certainly done their share of promotion for Self Made Vol. 3, with plenty of videos, leaks, and special events leading up to its release. The sales numbers are now in for the first week, and the project has moved 51,355 units.
Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same, arrived into the hands of fans early when it sprung a leak on Sunday evening. This seems to be inevitable in this day and age, and Drake is aware of it.
Looks like 2 Chainz won't have to buy himself a new whip this week. The Me Time rapper expressed frustration over his underwhelming projected sales in a recent interview, which he attributed to an undershipment of the album.
2 Chainz had a big week this past week, celebrating the release of his sophomore solo album, B.O.A.T.S. II: #METime, as well as his birthday on September 12th. With B.O.A.T.S.
Both The Weeknd and 2 Chainz delivered new albums yesterday, September 10th, and today we have the projections for either project.
Gearing up for the release of The Marshall Mathers LP II, Eminem dropped the Rick Rubin produced track, "Berzerk" this week, and it appears that audiences are loving the track.
You may remember when Kendrick was preemptively awarded a platinum plaque for good kid, m.A.A.d city back in June. At that point one million copies of the album had been shipped, but it was not until this week that the record's sales finally hit 7 figures.
Robin Thicke did a lot of promo and released basically every song off his new album Blurred Lines prior to its release-- and the tactic worked, because Thicke nabbed has first ever debut at #1 on the Billboard 200.
The numbers are in for the Rich Gang compilation album. Even without Drake, the YMCMB family and friends collaborative record debuted within the top 10 of the Billboard 200.
Ace Hood may have scored a gigantic lead single with "Bugatti," but it seems like going up against heavyweights like Jay Z and J. Cole may have hindered his sales potential.
J. Cole's Born Sinner continues to see success, after topping Kanye West's album in its second week, the LP has already gone gold. Cole's album has already passed the 500k mark in sales, reaching it before Kanye could. Congrats!
After 3 weeks of battling with Kanye West, and later Wale, J. Cole's Born Sinner has topped the Billboard charts. Reportedly moving 55,000 units, Cole's album dropped 33% from last week but still edged out its competitors.
Jay-Z has been talking about making "new rules" in the industry recently, and now it seems like the industry is following suit.
First Week Sales Projections For Kanye West, J. Cole, & Mac Miller [Update: More Accurate Numbers Revealed] Jun 19, 2013 at 03:43pm
Kanye West, J. Cole, and Mac Miller are all gearing up to release new albums next Tuesday, and as of today all three projects have leaked.
The-Dream's new album, IV Play, finally dropped on May 28th. The album was projected to sell much less than The-Dream's previous efforts, with projections being around 18k-21k.
French Montana's debut album, Excuse My French, has been out for ten days now, giving fans time to sink their teeth into the final product.
The-Dream's dropped quite a few tracks from his fourth album leading up to its release, and despite scoring features from both Jay-Z and Beyonce for his singles, the Radio Killa's first sales week is looking relatively low.
French Montana dropped his highly anticipated album Excuse My French last week, and the project has officially moved a total of 49,775, placing it just shy of the top 5 on the Billboard charts.
50 Cent celebrated the 10th anniversary of his debut album Get Rich Or Die Tryin' a few months back. The album made a huge impact on the charts, elling over 13 Million copies, making it one of the best selling records of the decade.
Trinidad James' break-out single, "All Gold Everything," has finally caught up with its name, having gone gold.
Ace Hood's first single for his upcoming album Trials & Tribulations has been in heavy rotation since its Jaunuary release. Today, the rapper woke up with a gold record, as "Bugatti" has moved over 500,000 units in the last 3 months.
Projections For First Week Sales Of Snoop Dogg's "Reincarnated" & Will.i.am's "#willpower" Apr 24, 2013 at 04:57pm
Snoop Dogg and Will.i.am's respective albums were released this past week, and both the OG rapper and mainstream artist are not looking like they'll be selling vast amounts in their first week.
The numbers are in for Kid Cudi's big release since leaving G.O.O.D. Music, INDICUD. The album was released through Cudder's own label, Wicked Awesome, and did pretty good sales-wise, however, not quite as good as his last solo album, Man On The Moon II.
French Montana Talks Sales Expectations For "Excuse My French," Miley Cyrus Collabo & Rick Ross Apr 18, 2013 at 03:21pm
French Montana released the full official tracklist for his upcoming album, Excuse My French, the other day, and the large amount of features definitely got people talking.
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