Pop Smoke's posthumous release makes return to the top of the charts
Via Hits Daily Double, Pop Smoke‘s Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon is expected to get back at the top of the charts. The posthumous project is projected to sell over 65k units this week. The album which was executive-produced by 50 Cent was released in early July. It debuted at number one with 251k units sold in the first week. With the album, Pop Smoke joined the likes of 2Pac, Biggie and XXXtentacion who posthumously reached number one on the Billboard Hot 200 Chart.
Album sales projections for this week have been revealed. The Hot 200 album chart is usually updated on every Monday, but projections are usually unveiled earlier enough.
Elsewhere on the chart and sales projections, 21 Savage and Metro Boomin's Savage Mode 2 is expected to drop to the second position, selling 58k units. This is about 66% drop from its first week sales; 171k copies. Juice Wrld's Legends Never Die comes at number three with 44k copies to be sold. Machine Gun Kelly's rock album Tickets To My Downfall is projected to sit at number four selling 38k copies. Lil Baby's My Turn and NBA Youngboy's Top are expected to settle at number five and six, selling 34k and 33k units respectively.