Fans of The Carters found themselves swimming in a sea of confusion hours ago when it was reported that their collaborative album ‘Everything is Love‘ was to sell under 200,000 units in its opening week.
Troubling, considering the figures the pair have pulled in via pure sales with their respective solo efforts.
Arriving with the new morning? News that their startling sales projection has been retracted.
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The reputable website HITS Daily Double reported that the set would move under 72,000 units via pure sales and around 125,000 copies once streams were factored in but have now retracted this figure.
Because of the uncertainty surrounding so many of the numbers connected to this title, we’re going to wait until tomorrow to update our total.The wild card in that contest is what Tidal will report.
TIDAL is the streaming service Jay-Z owns and held the album exclusively for a few hours before its unveiling on rival platforms Spotify & Apple Music and holds what many hope is the monstrously large missing piece of the project’s sales puzzle.