By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Chris Brown hopped on Twitter after he got plenty of backlash for comments he made about Rihanna and Drake in an interview, and the singer told his followers that he’s done discussing both and he’s only going to focus on his music from now on.
Too bad the first week album sales projections are now in because Chris and Tyga’s numbers aren’t looking so good.
Big Sean on the other hand is expected to have a great first week.
Hits Daily Double writes:
Big Sean should easily take the #1 spot on our SPS chart next week. Here are this week’s key releases:
Big Sean (Def Jam) 140-150k SPS, 120-130k sales.
Kid Rock (Warner Bros.) 125-130k SPS, 120-125k sales
Chris Brown & Tyga (RCA) 70-75k SPS, 50-55k sales
Led Zeppelin (Swan Song/WMG) 35-37k SPS, 34-36k sales
Red (Provident) 35-37k SPS, 34-36k sales
Mat Kearney (Republic) 28-30k SPS, 27-29k sales
If Big Sean’s projections stand firm, he should nab his first number one album and his largest first week sales to date.