UPDATE (Nov. 25): Drake’s For All The Dogs: Scary Hours 3 Edition has moved 143k copies this week according to HDD which should be just enough for a #1 spot on the Billboard 200 ahead of Taylor Swift (136k) and Dolly Parton (136k).
Drake surprised everyone on Thursday when he announced that he is dropping the third installment of his Scary Hours series later that night.
The 6 song project has been attached as disc 2 to For All The Dogs but it has plenty of bars and is a little step away from the first disc clearly. It also contains multiple subliminals that fans are still trying to make sense of.
Today, we have the first week sales projections for the project with HDD reporting that Scary Hours 3 is expected to move 110-130k copies in the first 7 days. Keep in mind that these are total for the entire For All the Dogs: Scary Hours Edition which means the extra 6 songs is contributing about 40-60k to the tally.
In light of the above, Drizzy will have a shot at number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 next week as Taylor Swift’s 1989 (Taylor’s Version) and Dolly Parton’s Rockstar are also projected to sell in the same range.