UPDATE: The final numbers are out and NBA YoungBoy managed to move 62,036 copies of the album, with 1,234 of that number coming from pure sales. This puts him at #3 on the charts behind powerhouses Morgan Wallen, Agust D and Taylor Swift.
NBA Youngboy released his 33 song album Don’t Try This At Home this past Friday.
The album serves as the follow-up to I Rest My Case which marked the rapper’s first project since signing a new deal with Motown back in October. The new offering features guest appearances from Mariah The Scientist, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, The Kid LAROI and more.
According to HDD, the album is projected to move 60-65k copies in the first week which will help with a top 5 spot. This certainly a low number for an album containing over 30 songs.
Min Yoon-gi, known by his stage names Suga and Agust D, is projected to move 110-135k copies with his K-Pop album.