The sales expectations for Quality Control's new compilation have also been reported.
The sales projections for Big Sean and Metro Boomin's new collaborative project Double Or Nothing are in. According to a report from Hits Daily Double, the full-length is expected to move 60,000 to 65,000 equivalent album units first week, with 10,000 to 13,000 of those coming through in pure sales. Earlier this year, Big Sean's proper studio album I Decided debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 151,000 album equivalent units. DON is not expected to top the charts this week, as it will likely be outsold by Luke Bryan's new project.
Meanwhile, Quality Control's new compilation Control The Streets, Vol. 1, is projected to move 55,0000 to 60,000 album equivalent units, with 5,000 to 7,000 of that figure made up of pure sales. Migos, who appear on a majority of the tracks, topped the Billboard 200 with Culture earlier this year, earning 131,000 album equivalent units first week. The trio are planning to release the follow-up Culture 2 in January.
Official sales numbers will be shared by Billboard in just over a week's time.
Metro Boomin has worked extensively with both Big Sean and Migos. Metro produced Migos' Hot 100 No. 1 "Bad and Boujee." Last month, the producer had 10 simultaneous hits on the Hot 100, according to Forbes.
On Friday, Big Sean and Metro Boomin announced free surprise shows in support of their new project. "To celebrate the release of #Doubleornothing we wanted to do a couple of surprise free shows. First up the Fillmore in Detroit this Sunday," Sean wrote on Instagram. Further dates will be announced a few days in advance of each respective show.