Earlier this week, Action Bronson dropped his debut album, Mr. Wonderful, and Earl Sweatshirt gave us I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, his follow-up to 2013's Doris.
Action's album got a lot more promotion -- in part because we just learned about Earl's a week before its release. But it looks like they will end up with similar first week numbers. HDD reports that Action is on track to do between 37K and 42K, while Earl will move between 30K to 35K.
For comparison sake, that's roughly what Lupe Fiasco did in January for Tetsuo & Youth, but about 15K behind what Joey Bada$$ was able to move with B4.DA.$$.
In a bit of promotional synergy, today Action and Sweatshirt dropped a collaboration they had lying around, the Alchemist produced "Warlord Leather." Check it out.