Between his battle with Drake and his Whitney Houston cover, Pusha T's getting all of the attention.
But it doesn't look like he's going to have the biggest Hip Hop release of the week. Hits Daily Double is projecting his album DAYTONA will do 65-75k SPS first week, with 18-23k of those being traditional sales. (DAYTONA only has seven tracks, which puts it at a disadvantage since song streams count on the album chart.)
That should trail A$AP Rocky's Testing, which is slated for 80-100k SPS with 15-18k in traditional sales in its first week.
For Rocky, that's a dip from his 2015 album At. Long. Last. ASAP, which did 146K first week.
Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes's self titled album is expected to win the week with 135-155k.