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Christmas came early for Chris Brown and Pusha T fans, with both artists delivering some hard-hitting stocking stuffers. The numbers are in, and Breezy is in good shape to land his seventh studio album, Royalty, in the #1 spot on the charts.

Named after Chris’ adorable daughter, the album is projected to sell between 125,000 – 135,000 copies within its first seven days in stores, according to Hits Daily Double. That number rises to 150,000 – 160,000 in sales plus streams.

Elsewhere, Pusha’s sophomore studio album, King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, is expected to sell between 38,000 and 43,000, according to the stats. Again, that number is projected to increase to between 40,000 and 45,000 when accounting for sales plus streams.

Did you pick up both albums during your holiday shopping?

SOURCE: Hits Daily Double | PHOTO CREDIT: GETTY 

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Chris Brown’s “Royalty” & Pusha T’s “Darkest Before Dawn” Earn Strong First Week Album Sales  was originally published on theurbandaily.com