Future’s seven-track Save Me is expected to debut at No. 5, raking in an estimated 40,000-45,000 equivalent album units with 3,000-4,000 physical sales. While no official announcement has been made, it’s possible that Save Me marks the beginning of another mixtape trio. The record follows his chart-topping studio album The WIZRD from January.
Meanwhile, Tyga’s seventh studio effort Legendary will open at No. 18 with a 2,000-3,000 physical sales and a total of 21,000-24,000 equivalent album units. Heavily supported by the likes of Offset, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown, the album’s possible debut is a huge step up from his 2018 album Kyoto after it failed to crack the Billboard 200 chart.
Stay tuned for the official Billboard ranking.
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