The-Dream's new LP is not expected to sell many units in its first week.
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. IV PlayÂ is expected to move between 18-21k copies, around a third of the first week sales of his last proper full lengthÂ Love King, (not including 1977, which was a retail version of a free mixtape he released under his birth name).
Reaction to the project has been mixed, with some fans and critics pointing to the fact that while the songwriting on the effort is still strong, Terius sounds like less of a trendsetter than he often does.Â
The projected numbers for Kid Ink's Almost EP have also come in, which sees the rapper selling between 11-13k copies of the release.