In 2006, Rick Ross's debut album Port of Miami opened number 1, selling 187K copies in its first week.
The sequel, which dropped Friday, is projected to do less than half of that
Hits Daily Double has Port of Miami 2 projected for a 70-80K SPS, 13K-15K traditional opening. Ross's last album, 2017's Rather You Than Me, opened with 106K. POM2 won't finish number one with hard rock band Slipknot's album We Are Not Your Kind trending between 100K and 120K.
Ross's effort will beat the first week of Trippie Redd's album !, which is projected to do 45-55k, 1-2k. That's a drop off from his debut album Life's A Trip which did 72,000.