She may have taken a tumble while in hot promotion of her sophomore album, ‘Thank You,’ but now it appears Meghan Trainor has the fans to thank for ensuring the album didn’t take a similar tumble on charts.
Indeed, after a week of Apple exclusivity, the singer/songwriter’s set – which became widely available on May 13 – is on track for a moderate debut sales week due to stiff competition from the likes of chart titans Beyonce, Drake, and more. But, with the assistance of hits ‘Me Too’ & ‘No,’ Trainor may be well on her way to leaving the two in her rearview to nab her second occupancy of the Billboard 200’s top spot.
How is ‘Thank You’ expected to fare in comparison to her ‘All About That Bass’-led debut album ‘Title’ and its 238,000 first week sales? Find out below: