Queen of Pop Janet Jackson is set to reign supreme on the next count of the Billboard 200.
As reported, the ‘BURNITUP!’ singer’s new album ‘Unbreakable’ is on course to open atop of the tally with healthy numbers.
Now, things are looking even better for the diva. Why? Because said figures have been revised upwards.
Initial industry estimates had the album slated to debut with 90-105k (physical sales) and 93-108k (including streaming).
An update today has refreshed that projection to now sit at 100-110k sales, 103-113k (including streaming).
Needless to say, an awesome feat for Jackson. One that, if realised, will see her as one of a few acts (a list which includes Barbara Streisand) to have #1 albums in the 80s, 90s, 00s, and 10s.
Tamar Braxton – who with new album ‘Calling All Lovers’ is one of the week’s other notable Urban releases – hasn’t been so fortunate.
Having been earmarked to sell 38-43k (physical sales) and 42-47k (including streaming), her numbers have been revised down to now sit at: 35-40k sales, 39-44k (including streaming).
We wish her the best.