Kanye West Tops 50 Cent In First Week Sales Projections

ImageThe plot thickens once again as early sales projections are reportedly putting Kanye West's Graduation sales ahead of 50 Cent's Curtis first week numbers by a slight margin.


According to Billboard, executives with three major record labels, whose job duties include projecting first week scans based on early store sales reports, are projecting that Graduation could tally up sales in the 575,000-700,000 copies range, while Curtis is being projected to come in at the 500,000-600,000 copies range. While these figures are merely estimates of what each album will sell, the actual finalized sales statistics will be computed on Sunday at midnight when the Nielsen SoundScan week officially ends.

The two mega-stars both appeared on BET's "106 And Park" yesterday (September 11) to promote their respective albums. While Kanye won the battle of the surprise guests, bringing Jay-Z out on stage with him after his performance, both premiered new videos - with 50 showing off his clip for his Robin Thicke collaboration "Follow My Lead" and Ye revealing his visual interpretation to his T-Pain collaboration, "The Good Life."

Kanye's Video "The Good Life":

{htmlfix}<object width="432" height="351"><param name="movie" value="http://www.megavideo.com/v/9ZF78RQNed158cba87819c1272e4d9be0733d97d.721313669.0"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.megavideo.com/v/9ZF78RQNed158cba87819c1272e4d9be0733d97d.721313669.0" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="432" height="351"></embed></object>{/htmlfix} 


Discuss this topic