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Hdd: The Pinkprint To Debut With 155-165K, Possibly Not #1


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Nicki Minaj's The Pinkprint is on track for next week’s biggest chart bow, followed by D’Angelo’s out-of-the-blue return. We also see a live set from 5SOS (featuring some punky covers mixed in with the Aussie band’s originals) and another highly touted soundtrack from Disney.


Here are this week’s key debuts, with album-sales forecasts followed by likely SPS (Sales Plus Streaming):


Nicki Minaj (YMCMB/Republic) 155-165k sales / 170-180k SPS

D’Angelo (RCA) 95-100k sales / 100-105k SPS

5 Seconds of Summer (Capitol) 50-55k sales / 55-60k SPS

Into The Woods (Walt Disney) 28-30k sales / 30-32k SPS

Charlie XCX (Atlantic) 24-27k sales / 27-30k SPS



I do honestly think 165K is solid for a rap album, especially nowadays. On the other hand, it is lower than her previous release and she did do an enormous amount of promotion for this album. 


Sadly, Taylor Thirsty-For-Money-By-Deleting-Spotify-For-Album-Sales Swift might end up cock-blocking her from number #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 which would be absolutely heartbreaking because Nicki definitely deserves it and that thirsty pancake-assed bitch had her time and needs to disappear forever again. 1989 or whatever the date is for Swift's album sold 250K last week so yeah, #1 for Minaj probably won't happen.


Before you all start calling Minaj a flop for 165K, it's dream figures for Album 9 in all honesty. Whatcha think? Expected more/less? 

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