Twitter does not like DaBaby's new album Blame It On Baby.
The charts may like it more. HitsDailyDouble is projecting that DaBaby's third album in a little over a year will do between 130-150k in its first week with 8K to 11K in traditional sales. That will be a similar opening to the 154K his last album Kirk put up in September of last year. It should also end The Weeknd's After Hours' four-week reign at number 1.
We don't have projections for Westside Gunn's new album Pray For Paris, suggesting it will do less than 45K.
The Buffalo spitter isn't worried about that, insisting his project is better than DaBaby's.
Good Morning #PrayforParis 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/qehMzob8xH— WESTSIDEGUNN (@WESTSIDEGUNN) April 18, 2020
Do you agree?