Diddy-Dirty Money's Last Train to Paris will be making it’s first stop on The Billboard 200 sales chart next week, and according to the industry insiders at hitsdailydouble.com the rap superstar is projected to sell around 60,000 to 65,000 units.

If the numbers hold up, they will be the lowest first-week sales for the rap mogul. Comparatively his last record, 2006’s Press Play, topped the charts after selling 170,000 copies, 2001’s The Saga Continues sold 186,000, 1999’s Forever did 205,000 and 1997’s No Way Out earned a whopping 561,000 in sales.

The estimates for former bad boy rapper Sheek Louch’s Def Jam debut Donnie G: Don Gorilla, is not available.

Stay tuned to XXLMag.com for the official Nielsen SoundScan numbers on Wednesday, December 22. —Elan Mancini