This week saw the release of Ne-Yo‘s Non-Fiction, 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 sixth album will sell approximately 32,000 to 37,000 copies in its first week, which includes on-demand streaming and digital track sales.
The 21-track deluxe edition boasts contributions from ScHoolboy Q, T.I. and Jeezy, plus production from Shae Taylor, Stargate, Key Wayne and Glass John. The set also includes the Juicy J-assisted song “She Knows,” and “Time of Our Lives,” with Pitbull.
Elsewhere, Charlie Wilson‘s latest album, Forever Charlie, follows behind with an estimated 22,000 to 25,000 copies for his first week.
The official sales tally will be released next Wednesday.
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