First Week Projections for G-Eazy, Rick Ross & Kid Cudi

By Sermon

This week was packed full of album releases, including G-Eazy, Rick Ross, and Kid Cudi. All three albums were different, but which one were the fans feeling the most?

Hits Daily Double is reporting that G-Eazy will finish first in the Hip Hop  category  with 115-130kK sales plus streaming for When It's Dark Out. That more than doubles his debut album These Things Happen's first week sales from 2014.

Rick Ross is on pace to do 55-60K for Black Market, which would be down from Hood Billionaire's 65K last year, and way down from Mastermind's 180K. Kid Cudi is seeing his lowest sales ever with only 18-21K projected for Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven.

Have you heard any of these new releases? If so, what did you think?

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