According to music tip provider HITS Daily Double, J. Cole’s imprint and its hard-hitting project is expected to move nearly 90,000-100,000 unites in its first week, with 15,000-18,000 of those coming from traditional album sales. It’s no question that Dreamville’s long-anticipated project takes the top spot — the album featured 34 artists and 27 producers from every corner of hip-hop to create 18 tracks that eclectically meld every sound the expansive subculture has to offer.
Coming in second is Lil Nas X’s 7 EP, projected at 50,000-55,000 units, with 1-2,000 of those from album sales, followed by Billie Eilish’s WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO? and Chris Brown’s Indigo. Machine Gun Kelly rounds out the top five with his latest LP, Hotel Diablo.
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