The Predictions Are In: Bryson Tiller’s ‘True To Self’ Set To Sell…

Published: Sunday 28th May 2017 by Rashad

Bryson Tiller‘s debut album, ‘Trap Soul,’ was a mainstay on the Billboard 200 from its late 2015 premiere well into the next year.  Making its inaugural appearance on the chart at #11 thanks to the success of its official lead single, ‘Don’t,’ fans fell head over heels in love with the rapper/singer’s unique fusion of traditional R&B/soul music with the Urban’s sector dominating subgenre – trap music.

With the help of ‘Don’t’s follow-ups – ‘Exchange’ and ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ – ‘Trap Soul’ was eventually certified platinum.  The accomplishment only helped build anticipation and pressure for its follow-up, ‘True To Self.’

A feature-less affair originally set for a late June 2017 release, Tiller took his followers by surprise when he released the project a month early.  So far, the critics have been blessing Bryson’s bearing with thumbs up across the board.  Now, two days after its release, industry analysts are forecasting that response may be well on its way to being reflected commercially:

Predicted 1st Week Sales:  110-130k SPS

40-50k Pure Album Sales

If proven true, the predicted sales are quintuple that of the 22,000 SPS its predecessor, ‘Trap Soul,’ delivered its first week In October 2015.

The numbers above also guarantee Tiller a top 5 placement on next week’s refreshed charts.  Keep it locked to That Grape Juice for the final first week figures when they are delivered.

 

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  1. DanYiel Iman May 28, 2017

    He makes good music ?

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      TRASH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      YALL FANS ARE SO DUMD AND BLIND.

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      yall only like him for his looks that,s it.

  2. LOL May 28, 2017

    Quintuple? Math can’t really be that difficult.

    • king z May 28, 2017

      isn’t 22 times 5 = 110?

  3. Meme May 28, 2017

    Solid numbers for a relatively non mainstream artist. The album itself lived up to my expectations. I was worried at first but he delivered

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      not really.

  4. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    HIS S*** SOUND THE ALL F****** SAME.

  5. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    STOP OVERHYPE THIS DUDE.

  6. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    AND NOT A FAN OF HIS BUT TO BE HOSTLY HIS FIRST ALBUM WAYYYY BETTER THEN THIS.

  7. I can’t May 28, 2017

    The whole album does sound the same. Mess.

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      exectly.

  8. Credits May 28, 2017

    Good for him!!! But the dude can’t sing.

  9. I HATE WHITE and BLACK B****..,,,,ES.. May 28, 2017

    Bryson should have been recognized more for New Artist RnB categories

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      he too early for that.

  10. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    HE A ONE HIT WONDER YALL REMEBER FETTY? YALL HIM OVERHPE HIM UP TOO.

  11. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    he won,t be in the music bussiess for long.

  12. tyama jones May 28, 2017

    yall only like him for his looks that,s it.

  13. SMH May 28, 2017

    Those numbers, ugh. The music industry truly is dead.

    • tyama jones May 28, 2017

      thats yall get for supprot this trash.

  14. Thebaddest May 29, 2017

    He’s whole album sounded the same, it sounded it like one long ass song and I only liked 1 song off of it and it still sounds the same lol but yea he definitely lost me with this album.

  15. John A. May 29, 2017

    I’ll probably try and listen to this album again but the first impression was not good. Like someone said every song sounds the same. Plus his voice is very monotone. I don’t know if the production was so good for the last album that it just covered it up better or what.

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