Christina Aguilera ended a six year hiatus from the charts with the release of ‘Liberation.’
Her first body of work since 2012’s ill-fated ‘Lotus,’ the set was led by focus single ‘Fall In Line’ with Demi Lovato alongside taster cuts ‘Accelerate,’ ‘Twice,’ and ‘Like I Do.’Array
With the set being showered with critical acclaim, how is it performing commercially?
The first week estimates are in. So, the answer awaits after the jump…
Per Hits Daily Double, Xtina will comfortably open in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 with the following:
[Sales Plus Streaming]
All things considered (those “things” being a lack of Billboard hit, duration of hiatus, and industry sales plight), Aguilera has held up well.
It’s worth mentioning that she’s benefitting from a ticket-bundle with her upcoming intimate tour. Smartly.
Go her, though. The album is exquisite and deserves the applause it’s receiving.