: <p>According to <em>Hits Daily Double</em>, the Queens, New York rapper's highly controversial album will likely bump Weezy's <em>Tha Carter III</em> to No. 2. <em>Untitled</em> is the rapper's second Def Jam release and follow-up to certified gold album
Wednesday, Jul 16, 2008 5:23PM
Written By Cyrus Langhorne
Nas' long-awaited album Untitled is expected to grab the number one spot from Lil' Wayne next week with opening week sales projected around 200,000.
According to Hits Daily Double, the Queens, New York rapper's highly controversial album will likely bump Weezy's Tha Carter III to No. 2. Untitled is the rapper's second Def Jam release and follow-up to certified gold album Hip-Hop Is Dead.
Also debuting on next week's Billboard 200 is David Banner's The Greatest Story Ever Told with an estimated total around 50,000. Released on SRC/Universal Motown, this is Banner's fourth album.
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