R&B singer-songwriter Queen Naija has built a royal following since bursting on the scene with her 2017 breakthrough hits, ‘Medicine’ and ‘Karma.’
Three Platinum and two R&B chart-topping hits later, the 25-year-old finally lifted the lid on her official debut album – ‘missunderstood.’
Preceded by critically acclaimed cuts ‘Lie to Me,’ ‘Love Language,’ ‘Pretend,’ and ‘Pack Lite,’ buzz around those tunes served as indication fans were hungry for their parent set.
Said indication was realized this week when industry analysts lifted their official prediction of the LP’s first-week sales.
Queen Naija’s ‘missunderstood’
Predicted First Week Sales (SPS): 24,000-28,000 units
Predicted Billboard 200 Debut: #10-#15
Set to serve as the week’s highest R&B debut, if the prediction above rings true the figures will not only deliver Naija’s best first-week sales to date but also her best sales week overall.
What’s more, it’s poised to mark her inaugural entry into the Billboard 200’s top 10.
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