ScHoolboy Q's "Oxymoron" & Kid Cudi's "Satellite Flight" Sales Projections Released
ScHoolboy Q's "Oxymoron" and Kid Cudi's "Satellite Flight" are expected to debut toward the top of the Billboard 200 chart.
ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron album is expected to sell approximately 150,000 copies and debut as the #1 album in the country, according to billboard.com.
The next Billboard 200 chart is slated to be released March 5.
Kid Cudi’s Satellite Flight album is expected to sell in the neighborhood of 90,000 copies its first week, the article says.
That amount would likely result in Satellite Flight being a Top 5 release. The Frozen soundtrack and Romeo Santos’ Formula, Vol. 2 are also slated to sell approximately 90,000 copies, thought both of those collections are expected to sell more copies than Kid Cudi’s release, which is only available through iTunes and only as a full album.
ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron was available for stream February 22, three days before the project arrived in stores.
Top Dawg Ent. president Dave Free announced updated numbers for ScHoolboy Q'sOxymoron's pre-sale figures. Oxymoron is "almost at" 35,000 pre-orders, according to the February 22 Twitter post by Dave Free, who goes by @miyatola on the social media platform. ScHoolboy Q ReTweeted Free's updated pre-sale numbers to his followers.