Pusha T "My Name Is My Name" First Week Sales Projections
UPDATE: Pusha T is set to make a big debut on GOOD Music with "My Name Is My Name."
Now, it appears that the album could impact the charts as well.
Hitsdailydouble reports that, based on one-day projections, MNIMN could sell up to 80,000 units in its first week. If estimates are accurate, it would place Pusha as the third-highest debut of the week behind Miley Cyrus and Panic! at the Disco.
During a recent interview with 105.1's the Breakfast Club, Pusha revealed that Kanye West claimed that Kanye's latest album, Yeezus, was better than Pusha's.
"[Kanye] actually did tell me that," said Push, adding that West told him, "Well, uh, I actually think my album is better."
Pusha's projected sales fall short of his goal, which is 100,000 units, though Pusha said in an interview with Juan Epstein that he wouldn't be disappointed if he didn't reach that amount:
My Name Is My Name features Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Ab-Liva, Kendrick Lamar, and more. Production includes Kanye West, 88-Keys, Swizz Beatz, Nottz, No I.D., and Pharrell Williams.
UPDATE: According to updated reports from hitsdailydouble.com, Pusha T's My Name is My Name is slated to sell approximately 74,610 units during the project's first week out. MNIMN is set to land in #4 behind Miley Cyrus' Bangerz at #1 (projected to sell 273,818 units), Panic! At the Disco's Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die at #2 (projected to sell 85,378 copies) and Drake's Nothing Was The Same (projected to sell 80,836).
Danny Brown's Old, projected to land at #17, is slated to sell approximately 15,048 copies.
Official numbers are set to be released Wednesday (October 16).