‘She‘ chanteuse may have poured her heart and soul into her new album ‘Point of No Return’, but it would seem the general public have decided not throw their hearts and wallets in its support today, now that it’s first week sales prediction has been announced.
Unfortunately, after the critically acclaimed ‘Woman to Woman‘ opened with 96,000 units in 2012, ‘Return’ is set to touch down on the ‘Billboard 200‘ with anywhere between 22 to 25,000 units next week, marking her lowest opening week number to date.
On lower ground, Urban Pop sensation Tinashe isn’t set to fare any better. For despite owning the summer with the smash hit single ‘2 On’, the entertainer proves there’s more work to be done now that her debut LP ‘Aquarius’ is set to sell between 17 to 20,000 copies.
Via ‘Hits Daily Double’:
Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 290-310k
Hozier (Columbia) 50-55k
Weezer (Republic) 30-35k
Alex & Sierra (SYCO/Columbia) 28-32k
Stevie Nicks (Reprise) 25-28k
Keyshia Cole (Geffen) 22-25k
Jackson Browne (Inside) 17-20k
Tinashe (RCA) 17-20k
New Found Glory (Hopeless) 17-20k
Sixx:A.M. (Eleven Seven) 15-18k
The Piano Guys (Sony Masterworks) 14-17k
Yellowcard (Razor & Tie) 12-15k