French Montana's JUNGLES RULES First-Week Projections Revealed (JAY-Z's 4:44 Set For Repeat)
Bad Boy Records' French Montana is going to enjoy some time on the sales chart. The hip-hop star's new Jungle Rules album is reportedly set to easily a strong opening week debut.
Based on initial estimates, Montana's long-awaited follow-up to 2013's Excuse My French could sell up to 50,000 copies.
Despite some stiff competition this week, music mogul JAY-Z's 4:44 easily dominated the music sales chart.
Following a one-week Tidal exclusive, Jay-Z's 4:44 became available to purchase, as well as stream at most major DSPs-with the exception of Spotify, whose free tier took them out of the game. That said, the Roc Nation set has gone #1 on HITS' Sales Plus Streaming (SPS) Chart, moving 278k units this week. Slaughter Gang/Epic newcomer 21 Savage celebrates an impressive 74k bow for his debut studio album, Issa Album. (HITS Daily Double)
Recently, rap veteran Busta Rhymes and NBA champion Matt Barnes co-signed JAY's new 4:44 album.
Heading into last weekend, 4:44's initial sales projections surfaced.
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