UPDATE 2 (Aug. 3): Logic’s farewell album No Pressure has moved a total of 221k copies in the first week with 172k out of that coming from pure sales, driven by huge demand for his merch and album bundles.
UPDATE (July 28): The first week projections for the album have nearly doubled, now aiming at 150-170k copies with about 100-120k coming from pure sales. This is due to the various merch bundles being available a couple of days after the album’s release which could not be factored in initially.
Previous story (July 25):
This Friday, Logic released his latest album No Pressure and announced to the world that it would be his final one.
The album features almost no guest appearances except for a couple of contributions from folks like Juicy J and Toro y Moi. The first week sales projections are now out. No Pressure (Def Jam/Visionary Music Group) is set to move 75-85k copies in the first week with about 17-21k out of those coming from pure sales, reports HDD.
With this total, Logic would be hoping for a top 3 debut on the Billboard 200 chart this week. The top spot will be going to Taylor Swift’s new album folklore which is on course to sell a whopping 650k in the opening week.
Logic had an emotional farewell on his live stream following the release of his final album ‘No Pressure’ pic.twitter.com/ffm8AIGr37
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In a new in-depth interview, Logic confirmed that No Pressure would be his last studio album but he will continue to be involved in other ventures like his record label, Bobby Boy Records.