Cam’ron Expected To Sell A Lot More Than 45k Projections, Says Label
Earlier today music industry insiders HitsDailyDouble.com reported that Cam’ron’s comeback album Crime Pays is set to sell between 40-45,000 in its first week out.
XXLMag.com spoke to a rep at Asylum, Cam’s label, and without giving a specific number they believe that the Dipset Don is on track to sell a lot higher than the projections.
HitsDailyDouble estimates that Cam is expected to debut at no. 1 on the Billboard 200 next week. If they are right on both accounts, Crime Pays will be the lowest selling no. 1 album of all time.
In related news, the Harlemite’s label mate Paul Wall will also debut on the charts next week. Fast Life, his latest effort is believed to sell around 15-20K.
Stay tuned to XXLMag.com as the official Nielsen SoundScan reports come out next Wednesday, May 20. – Elan Mancini