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Check The Projections For Drake's 'More Life' & Rick Ross's 'Rather You Than Me'

By HHL Editors
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Drake's More Life is going to be the biggest album release of the year so far. But it isn't expected to do nearly as well as his last project

Hits Daily Double projects the playlist will move 500-550k copies in its first week sales plus streaming.

200 to 250K of that is expected to be in pure album sales.

Drake's last project Views did a little over a million SPS first week in April of 2016, so that's a significant decline if correct.

Finishing a distant second this week will be Rick Ross's Rather You Than Me. The Bawse's ninth album is slated to do 85 to 95K in its opening frame.

That's a nice bump up from 2015's Black Market, which did 65K first week SPS.

Of course, Ross didn't completely trash Birdman and shade Nicki Minaj on that album.

What did you think of More Life and Rather You Than Me?

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