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Logic & Jeezy's First Week Sales Projections

By Sermon
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November 13 was full of album releases. On the Hip Hop side, we got projects from Jeezy, Logic, Ty Dolla $ign, Skeme and Redman. While projections for the last three haven't surfaced, we have an early idea of what Church In These Streets and The Incredible True Story will be doing.

Jeezy is taking a huge dive from his usual 100K plus as his eighth studio album will pull in 60-65K first week. This dip comes as no surprise considering Jeezy's campaign was mostly videos for old songs and pumping out a lot of singles that didn't necessarily stick or do well.

On the flip side, Logic is set to do 85-90K. It's an upgrade from his 70K first week for his 2014 debut Under Pressure. His fanbase is very loyal and has only grown since the last album, so it makes sense why he's seeing better numbers. Logic won't beat One Direction or Justin Bieber -- who should each flirt with 500K -- but he should have the #1 Hip Hop album in the land on Billboard.

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