Chris Brown's 'F.A.M.E.' Expected to Debut at No. 1

  /  03.23.2011

Chris Brown

The blowout from Chris Brown’s “Good Morning America” appearance doesn’t seem to be affecting his sales. The R&B crooner is expected to debut big on next week’s Billboard chart.

Early projections indicate that Chris’ fourth album F.A.M.E. will open at No. 1 with a total of 250-275,000 copies in its first week, according to HITS Daily Double. That would make it the second-largest debut of the year behind Adele’s 21 (351,000).

The 21-year-old singer’s last album, 2009’s Graffiti, sold less than half of that, entering at No. 7 with 102,500. While nowhere near his goal of a million copies, the predicted figures are more than respectable.

Breezy’s comeback efforts seem to be working. “My last Graffiti album was only 100,000, but it was a lot more added to it back then,” he previously told Angie Martinez. “Right now it’s a more comfortable position. People are accepting the music now.”

Elsewhere, Jennifer Hudson’s sophomore album I Remember Me is anticipated to do 150-175,000 in sales. Her self-titled debut moved 217,000 units in 2008.

TRENDING

Drake Links Up With 50 Cent In Toronto

The two rap legends connected while the “Many Men” rapper was in Drake’s hometown, performing ...
07.21.2024

Nicki Minaj Shares How She Recently Discovered A New Sex Position

In a recent post, Nicki Minaj treated her fans to a very intimate new detail ...
07.21.2024

Mustard Unloads 'Faith Of A Mustard Seed' Tracklist Featuring Young Thug, Quavo, Future And More

Mustard also shared the LP’s third pre-release single, “One Bad Decision,” featuring Ella Mai and ...
07.22.2024

Solange, Meek Mill And More Celebrities Speak Out Against The Violent Murder Of Sonya Massey

A former sheriff’s deputy is facing first-degree murder charges for shooting Sonya Massey.
07.23.2024
View More

Sponsored Stories