Both Iggy Azalea’s debut The New Classic and Future’s Sophomore outing Honest hit shelves this week, but it’s the Aussie’s release that is expected to land higher on the charts. According to Billboard, both albums are project to move around 50k units, with Iggy on high end and Strugs on the lower.
Sources suggest [The New Classic], released on Def Jam Records, could sell between 50,000 and 55,000 copies in the week ending Sunday, April 27.
The second-biggest debut on next week’s chart will perhaps be Future’s second album, Honest, with around 45,000 to 50,000.
Of course, these are all insider projections, but most of the time they are fairly accurate. We’ll see what goes down as the final numbers will be in next week.