After seeing content from their highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘City on Lock,’ unlocked and leaked on the Web (as we reported here), City Girls rushed to release the Quality Control set to offset the damage.
Released with no warning on June 20, the 15-song set – which follows their 2018 breakthrough debut album ‘Girl Code’ – features guest appearances from the likes of Doja Cat, Yo Gotti, Lil Baby, and more and boasts beats from some of the most promising rising producers on the Atlanta scene.
Yet, despite shooting to the top 10 of iTunes a day after its surprise unveiling, the project quickly fell out of the real-time sales tally’s top 40. Even after releasing a hilarious visual to assist the LP’s lead single, ‘Jobs’ (click here to watch), buzz around the effort seemed to fade as quickly as it had risen.
Now, industry analysts have revealed their official sales projection for ‘City on Lock.’ Going to chart battle with only 6 days counted toward its inaugural tracking week, look inside to see how many units the album is set to shift over the time period: