Ne-Yo‘s unique blend of of Urban-Pop blazed into stores this week in the form of the crooner’s new album ‘R.E.D’.
Preceded by singles ‘Let Me Love You’ and ‘Lazy Love’, the set also marks the singer-songwriter’s first album for Motown – the label he serves as Head of A&R at.
With a days sales under his belt, early projections for the album’s first week sales have been released. Find out what they are after the jump…
According to Hits Daily Double, ‘R.E.D’ (an acronym for ‘Realizing Every Dream’) is set to debut at #3 on the Billboard 200 next week with sales between 50,000- 55,000.
It’s important to note that the album hit stores the day of the US presidential elections, hence it’s plausible that the final figure may be higher as consumers return to their daily routines.
Keep it locked on That Grape Juice for more on the album’s progress.