(AllHipHop News) Even though Trapsoul would go on to be certified platinum, Bryson Tiller’s breakout 2015 album only collected around 22,000 units sold in its first week of release.
The follow-up to the rapper-singer’s first LP is on pace to have a much larger initial week showing.
HitsDailyDouble crunched the numbers, and Tiller’s True To Self is looking to open in the range of 110,000 – 130,000 sales plus streaming units with 40,000 – 50,000 pure album sales.
Those numbers could likely give the artist also known as Pen Griffey his first #1 album of his career (Trapsoul peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 chart).
The other major release from last week is Lil Yachty’s Teenage Emotions.
According to HDD, the 19-year-old rhymer’s debut studio album is expected to come out the gate with around 55,000 – 60,000 SPS units with 19,000 – 22,000 pure album sales.