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NBA YoungBoy Projected to Have an Impressive Opening Week with ‘Sincerely, Kentrell’ Album Sales

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YoungBoy is facing Drake in the quest for the number one spot on Billboard 200

NBA Youngboy released his third studio album, Sincerely, Kentrell on September 24 while behind bars. The 21-track feature-less album received a minimal promotion with only three billboards put up, as well as blog coverage.

According to HDD, the album is on pace to sell 155k album-equivalent units in the first week of release. It will be contesting for the number one position with Drake’s CLB.

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Just at 21, the Baton Rouge native has won himself a strong and loyal fanbase. His last album, Top, released last November, debuted atop of the Billboard 200 selling over 120k units. He has also been known to reign on YouTube charts for years.