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This week saw the release of Jazmine Sullivan‘s Reality Show, which is projected to have a modest sales start, based on first-day forecasts.
According to Hits Daily Double, industry insiders estimate that the singer’s first album in four years will sell approximately 28,000 to 32,000 copies in its first week, which includes on-demand streaming and digital track sales.
Reality Show, which features appearances from Meek Mill and Mona Lisa, was executive produced by the singer and boasts production from Salaam Remi, Anthony Bell and Key Wane.
While promoting her set, the singer revealed that she’s never concerned about her sales start; for her the reviews matter the most.
“Oh, not at all. I can’t even consider that, I’m actually more interested in like reviews and stuff like that,” she tells ABC News Radio. “A lot of artists [will] be like, ‘I don’t care about the reviews!’ But I care about what like people think about the music and I’m the type of person that I’m looking at it to see if, you know, people feel what I’m feeling and even if they don’t like I’m like, ‘Okay, maybe I can tweak that for the next one.’ I’m constantly trying to grow.”
The official sales tally will be released next Wednesday.
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