Announcing his third album Dirty Sprite 2 (or rather DS2 for copyright reasons) just about a week in advance of its release date, Future was banking on his rapidly-growing fanbase and mixtape momentum to give him a win on the charts. It was somewhat of a risky strategy, but one that could realistically capitalize on the hype he's built in 2015. Well, if it performs as well as it's projected to, DS2 could be responsible for Young Super Future's biggest opening week ever. 

Hits Daily Double predicts that the album will move 70,000 to 75,000 copies in week one, which is almost 20,000 more than Honest and 30,000 more than Pluto's respective opening weeks. Of course, Future has a long way to go before he's competing with the sales numbers of the Meek Mills, Kendrick Lamars and J. Coles of the rap game.