Pusha T’s “My Name Is My Name” First Week Sales Projections Revealed

Pusha T’s “My Name Is My Name” First Week Sales Projections Revealed

After waiting years to finally put out his long-awaited debut album, Pusha T‘s My Name Is My Name will easily land on the sales chart based on early projections.

Based on one-day estimates, the Pusha Man’s new LP could sell up to 80,000 copies in week one.

YOUR NEW RELEASES: Next week will bring with it another debut-filled chart. Miley Cyrus will bow at #1 with a total around 2.5 times the first week of her last album, Can’t Be Tamed, which opened with 102k in June 2010. How high will Bangerz go? Stay tuned. Here are this week’s key debuts: Miley Cyrus (RCA) 250-270k Panic! at the Disco (Fueled By Ramen) 90-100k Pusha T (Def Jam/IDJ) 75-80k Cassadee Pope (Republic Nashville) 40-45k (HITS Daily Double)

Recently, Pusha said the project’s lyricism and overall production would outshine what has hit store shelves in 2013.

“Lyrically, My Name Is My Name is untouchable,” said a confident Pusha. “Production-wise, it is definitely the best produced album of the year by far. Ultimately, it’s the only album to me that really restores the feeling of hip-hop. I think everything else is easy listening. I feel like mine really makes you put an ‘S’ on your chest and calls for a course of action. It’s music you can front to, like LL [Cool J] would have said back then.” (Rap-Up)

A few weeks ago, the Virginia native said he made sure to come hard on his new LP by going into a late musical 90’s zone.

“I didn’t learn the art form of rapping in those different stages — I only knew to be as ill as you can be lyrically,” he said. “It’s all about creating that nostalgia. When it came to My Name Is My Name I said to myself, ‘Man, I wanna make something that I love and I wanna listen to myself. I wanna go to an era and revisit an era that was strictly about lyrics.’ So I had to go to ’95-’99 — a great mixtape era, a great B.I.G./Jay era. To me it was just more so about re-creating the greatness of an amazing time.” (MTV)

Despite having behind-the-scenes help from Kanye West, Pusha opts out of featuring Yeezus on the 12-track project.

1. “King Push” 2. “Numbers On The Board” 3. “Sweet Serenade” feat. Chris Brown 4. “Hold On” feat. Rick Ross 5. “Suicide” feat. Ab-Liva 6. “40 Acres” feat. The-Dream 7. “No Regrets” feat. Jeezy and Kevin Cossom 8. “Let Me Love You” feat. Kelly Rowland 9. “Who I Am” feat. 2 Chainz & Big Sean 10. “Nosetalgia” feat. Kendrick Lamar 11. “Pain” feat. Future 12. “S.N.I.T.C.H.” feat. Pharrell (My Name Is My Name)

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