Drake is set to hold the biggest selling week of his profession. The rapper’s latest album, Views, sold over 600,000 copies on iTunes in its prime 24 hours of availability, sources close upon Republic Records confirmed to Viralamo. The huge sales total holds Drake on pace upon easily best the first week selling from this latest album, Nothing Was the Same, that sold a career-best 658,000 copies within seven days.
Drake acknowledged the milestone through a release party as his album late latest night into Toronto. That caught on video. In what may be the most unexpected fact of the former eight days that gave us albums of both Drake and Beyoncé–Views will easily exceed the first week sales of Beyoncé’s latest plan Lemonade, that is expected to come with around 700,000 copies sold while the official numbers are released tomorrow.
(The likely reason her numbers were comparatively quiet? Beyoncé didn’t sell Lemonade on its liberation day, and all these people who signed up as Tidal presumably didn’t want to fall $18 to purchase her album 24 hours later.)
Views also have a great chance to move 1 million albums into its first week. That is whole only impossible to make those days save your name is Taylor Swift or Adele. If the album makes sell 1 million albums in its prime seven days, it’ll grow the 21st album to reach that mark. Views are exclusively available by Apple Music and iTunes until that Friday.
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