Alicia Keys has finally unwrapped her seventh studio album ‘ALICIA.’
Originally due in March, the LP was one of many that saw its release marred by the global health crisis.
Still, Keys kept fans fed by way of a steady stream of singles – such as Gold-certified jams ‘Show Me Love (ft. Miguel)’ and ‘Underdog.’ She also poured out cuts such as ‘Time Machine’ and the Khalid assisted ‘So Done.’
With the project now in the marketplace, how is set to perform first week? The forecast is here…
According to Hits Daily Double, Keys is on-course to debut as the week’s top new release with the following:
[Sales Plus Streaming]
While the numbers likely won’ be enough to snatch a #1 (given the strong performance of albums already out), it should suffice for a top 10 placement on the Billboard 200.
Notably, the range matches the opening of Keys’ previous effort ‘Here’ – which debuted with 50k in 2016.