It’s good to know JoJo‘s fourth studio album – released May 1 – is winning with fans and critics.
Lauded for its sonic fusion of Pop & R&B while also conceptually seeing the 29-year-old tackle some of her most mature subject matter to date, the project – which boasts only Tory Lanez and 30 Roc as guest stars – has also been praised for putting the powerhouse vocalist front-and-center with its scant feature list.
However, the good news may stop there for ‘Good to Know’ – the GRAMMY winner’s first effort under her Clover Music imprint (in partnership with Warner Records).
As industry analysts have updated their post predictions for next week, Jo’s LP- as of time reported – eyes the lowest first week sales and Billboard 200 chart positioning of her career.
JoJo’s ‘Good to Know’
First Week Sales Prediction (SPS): >19,000 units
First Week Chart Entry Prediction: >#20
Undoubtedly impacted by the current global health crisis, if the prediction above rings true the figures will not only be the lowest first week sales and chart positioning of her career but will also mark the first time she’s missed the Billboard 200’s top 10 with an album premiere.