Drake’s third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, has officially hit stores with high expectations on first week sales.
The new album is expected to move 675-725,000 units in its first week. Now if these projections are correct, that means Drizzy, who just released visuals for lead single, “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” will surpass both of his previous albums in first week sales.
His debut album, Thank Me Later, sold 447,000 copies in its first week, while sophomore album, Take Care, sold 631,000 during its debut week.
NWTS may well in fact out-sell Drake‘s previous albums its first week out, considering the promotion behind it was on point.
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