Young Thug and Drake are as of now in a tight fight for the #1 collection one week from now.
Drake is representing a danger to each and every significant craftsman on the planet right now in light of the fact that, for one more week, the Canadian rapper is perhaps looking set to obstruct Young Thug from appearing his new collection at #1 on the Billboard 200 outline.
In its seventh week out, Certified Lover Boy is as yet moving enough duplicates to seek #1 on the following week’s diagram, as of now assessed to move 82,000 units. In an in a dead heat fight, Young Thug has precisely the same numbers on his side with an expected 82,000 duplicates sold first week on Punk. That implies that, for one more cycle, Drake could grab the best position away from Thugger and forestall a #1 presentation. Beforehand, CLB almost impeded YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s #1 situation on the graph. The collection likewise represented an issue for Lil Nas X, who appeared at #2 with his collection MONTERO.
In the third spot one week from now, it seems as though the re-issue of Mac Miller’s Faces on streaming will be secured with 62,500 comparable collection units. The Beatles will make a big appearance at #4 with the re-issue of Let It Be, and Coldplay will make a big appearance at #5 except if Doja Cat figures out how to sell another 1,000 duplicates. All things considered, Planet Her will ricochet up to the fifth spot.
Check out next week’s sales projections and let us know if you think Young Thug deserves the #1 album with Punk.