It’s Almost Dry: Pusha T’s Album First Week Sales Forecasts
Pusha T released “It’s Almost Dry” two days ago and sales forecasts is already out. The album is to sell 50,000 to 55,000 copies in its first seven days, according to HitsDailyDouble. Album sales will account for between 4,000 and 6,000 of that total.
The album, which is his first since 2020, has 12 tracks and features Jay-Z, Lil Uzi Vert, Kid Cudi, and other musicians.
When asked about the title’s inspiration, Pusha told Rolling Stone, “I’m always creating a masterpiece and in the creation of that in terms of a painting… And you have to wait on masterpieces. Also in drug culture, a lot of times you’ll have people waiting on the product and it’s not dry yet. You can come get it when it’s dry.”
Kanye West and Pharrell, two of the most well-known producers in the music industry, collaborated on the album. On Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, Pusha T contrasts the two musicians and explains how they influenced the process.
It’s Almost Dry: Push On Ye And Pharell’s Input
“Ye is just a Pusha T rap fanatic. He just wants me to rap all day long, and then he just wants to take them from me and edit them and do what he wants to do with it, right?” On the other hand, he claims Pharrell is more of a composer, saying, “He wants to make sure that every verse, every hook, every cadence, every flow, everything – he likes to call them ‘sticky moments’ – and just stays with you the whole time, throughout the whole song.” The rapper said.
It’s Almost Dry will embark on a 12-city tour starting in May.
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