Kendrick Lamar’s Album First Week Sales Forecast Drops Before The Album
Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & The Bigger Steppers” sales forecasts surface weeks before the album’s release.
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Kendrick Lamar’s debut album, sparked a dispute on hip-hop Twitter over the weekend. Kendrick has only released a little amount of music in the five years since DAMN., leaving fans to wonder what he’ll do next. Due to the excitement, some anticipated that Kendrick would sell one million units in his first week, while others employed a little more critical thinking before tweeting numbers.
Kendrick Lamar’s Sales Forecasts For Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
In any case, it’s too early to tell how much Kendrick Lamar’s album will sell in its first week. After all, the record is not out yet on digital platforms. Hits Daily Double did offer an industry prediction for what Kendrick may do with Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. Streams alone might help the album reach 350K downloads. Kendrick is yet to announce the release of physical copies, which will limit the number of people who buy it.
DAMN, by Kendrick Lamar had a massive first week in 2017, when bundles and pure sales weighed on the charts. In its first week, the album sold 603K units, from straight sales. The remaining 227K came from streaks, with 353K coming from pure sales.
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