Neither Chris Brown's Breezy nor Lil Durk's 7220 Deluxe will top the Billboard album chart in their debut week.
In fact, neither will crack the top three.
But there has been some interest in where each album will land since early projections had Durk's album -- a deluxe version of his seventh album, which had dropped in March -- edging out Brown's completely new album
HitsDailyDouble's new midweek projections have a tie between the two at 69K.
Are you surprised Brown isn't doing better? He couldn't even beat the second week of Drake's least popular album.