Nearly three years after taking a seat atop album charts with her breakthrough opus, ‘Seat at the Table,’ singer/songwriter Solange introduced fans to its highly anticipated follow-up, ‘When I Get Home.’
Released with little warning on March 1 (click here to read more), the 19-track set – which features Playboi Carti, Tyler the Creator, Gucci Mane, and more – may have been billed a critical polarizer among fans but that didn’t stop them from rushing in droves to stream and purchase it. Just a day after its debut the LP soared to the top of iTunes’ sales tally (as we reported here).
Now, industry analysts have lifted their first official prediction for how the album will fare over the course of its entire inaugural sales week. Curious to see how ‘Home’ is expected to stack up against ‘Table’s first week sales of 72,000? Find out inside:
‘When I Get Home’
Predicted First Week Sales (SPS): 40-45k
Predicted First Week Sales (Pure): 10-12k
If the figures above ring true they will lead Solo to her third consecutive top 10 debut on the Billboard 200.