First week sales forecast for JID’s “The Forever Story” and DJ Khaled’s “GOD DID”

The two artists have had an impressive list of features for their projects, but only one can take the top spot.

The numbers are in!

As has been a regular occurrence this summer, it was a great weekend of new hip-hop albums releases from everyone from Sauce Walka and Dro Kenji to Rock Marciano and the the alchemist. Alongside these exciting newcomers, though, also came two projects of more interest to the public – DJ Khaled God has doneand the star of Dreamville JID’s the eternal story.

While the former worked with the likes of Drake, Rick RossLil Wayne, Jay-Z, john legendfriday, kanye west, EminemAnd the Dr. Dre (And that’s only in the first three titles) Upon his new arrival, the latter teamed up with Kenny Mason, EARTHGANG, 21 Savage, and Baby Tate, your turn nightAnd the Ari Lennoxand Yassin Bey among others.

Reactions are still pouring in across social media as fans first listen to each one, but HDD Ready to announce first week sales forecasts for both Khalid and JID

18 long songs God has done It is expected to transfer 105K-115K album equivalent units in its first week, i.e. could Be high enough to beat Bad Bunny’s always victorious On Verano Sin Talthough we were surprised by the Latin rap album that has come out on top against other big competitors in the past few months.

the eternal story, on the other hand, is expected to turn in anywhere between 27K-30K copies within its first week out; It remains unclear if this would be high enough to put the 31-year-old Atlanta rapper in the top ten list.

In other news, JID opened up about his upcoming album ahead of its arrival, calling it a “good piece of [his] Origin story”- Read more about it herethen click again with HNHH Later for more hip hop news updates.

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