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    6/7 Billboard 200:

    35 32 5 Honest - Future - A-1/Freebandz | Epic

    oldbloke's estimate: 100,000

    6/3 HITS chart:

    35 38 FUTURE EPIC 6,025 -12%

  • #2
    6/14 Billboard 200 ... 06-01-2014

    Hip Hop Album Sales: Week Ending 06/01/2014

    #43. Future - Honest - 5,716 (105,911)


    • #3
      6/21 Billboard 200 ... 06-08-2014

      Hip Hop Album Sales: Week Ending 06/08/2014

      #62. Future - Honest - 4,595 (110,506)


      • #4
        6/28 Billboard 200

        94 63 43 8 Honest, Future

        7/5 Billboard 200

        87 94 63 9 Honest, Future

        SoundScan estimate by oldbloke: 118,000


        • #5
          7/12 Billboard 200

          106 87 94 10 Honest, Future

          SoundScan estimate by oldbloke: 121,000

          3,000 in sales this week


          • #6
            7/19 Billboard 200

            107 106 87 11 Honest, Future

            7/26 Billboard 200

            161 107 106 12 Honest, Future

            SoundScan estimate by oldbloke:

            HONEST - Future 127,000


            • #7
              8/2 Billboard 200

              195 161 107 13 Honest, Future

              SoundScan estimates by oldbloke:

              HONEST - Future 128,000


              • #8
                8/9 Billboard 200

                Falls off

                8/16 Billboard Current Albums

                184 193 142 15 Honest, Future

                SoundScan estimates by oldbloke:

                HONEST - Future 132,000


                • #9
                  8/23 Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

                  30 35 16 Honest - Future

                  Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                  HONEST - Future 133,000


                  • #10
                    9/6 Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

                    43 35 18 Honest - Future

                    Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                    HONEST - Future 135,000


                    • #11

                      9/20 Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

                      44 43 20 Honest - Future

                      Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                      HONEST - Future 138,000


                      • #12

                        Saturday, July 18, 2015


                        As expected, info is limited this morning. Future will double initial expectations and easily land at #1 next Friday. Here are this week’s key debuts:

                        Future (A1/Freebandz/Epic) 125-135k sales, 135-145k SPS
                        Alan Jackson (Capitol Nashville) 38-43k, 40-45k
                        Tame Impala (Modular/Interscope) 30-35k, 35-40k


                        • #13
                          8/8 Billboard 200

                 ... -200-chart

                          Future Earns His First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart
                          By Keith Caulfield | July 26, 2015

                          Future celebrates his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as DS2 arrives atop the list. The set starts at No. 1 on the chart dated Aug. 8 with 151,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending July 23, according to Nielsen Music.

                          The album is his third studio effort and was released on July 17 through A-1/Freebandz/Epic Records, though it was only announced on July 10.

                          The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The Aug. 8-dated chart will be posted in full to Billboard's websites on Tuesday, July 28.

                          Future also tallied his best sales week yet, as DS2 launches with 126,000 albums sold. That more than doubles his previous high, when his last album, 2014's Honest, bowed at No. 2 with 53,000. (His first set, 2012's Pluto, debuted and peaked at No. 8 off a 41,000 start.) DS2 was ushered in by its single "Commas," which peaked at No. 11 on the Hot Rap Songs chart in June.

                          Future's new album is the latest major hip-hop release that arrived to market in 2015 with little notice, following No. 1s from Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar and Drake.

                          Meek Mill's long-delayed Dreams Worth More Than Money was released on June 29, though that release date was only announced on June 23 (the same day it became available for pre-orders through digital services). The album was initially planned for a September 2014 release. Dreams Worth More Than Money ultimately debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (with 246,000 units), giving Meek Mill his first chart-topper and his best sales week ever (215,000 sold).

                          Kendrick Lamar's No. 1-debuting To Pimp a Butterfly was released on March 16, just 10 days after it was announced on March 6. Drake's chart-topping If You're Reading This It's Too Late was both announced and went on sale the same day, Feb. 12.


                          • #14
                            8/15 Billboard 200:

                            2 1 – 2 DS2, Future

                   ... -200-chart

                            Last week’s No. 1, Future’s DS2, slips to No. 2 in its second week with 52,000 units (down 65 percent).

                            Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                            DS2 - Future ( 157,000 )


                            • #15
                              ^^^very impressive


                              • #16
                                8/22 Billboard 200

                                2 2 1 3 DS2, Future

                       ... bums-chart

                                Future's former No. 1 DS2 holds at No. 2 with 37,000 units (down 30 percent)

                                19,868 in pure album sales.

                                Total: 177,000


                                • #17

                                  FUTURE F*CK UP SOME COMMAS MARCH 03, 2015 AUGUST 19, 2015 EPIC DIGITAL GOLD SINGLE SOLO



                                  • #18
                                    8/29 Billboard 200

                                    7 2 2 4 DS2 - Future

                                    Future’s DS2 slides 2-7 (31,000; down 16 percent)

                                    9/5 Billboard 200

                                    9 7 2 5 DS2 - Future

                                    Future’s DS2 (7-9 with nearly 28,000 units; down 11 percent)

                                    Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                                    DS2 - Future ( 205,000 )


                                    • #19

                                      AN ASTRONOMICAL MIDWEEK TOP 15

                                      September’s here, boys and girls. This is turning out to be a week to remember, as the market shakes off its summer doldrums and sales, tracks and streams explode. Chalk it up to a welcome slate of strong new releases and impact of the Video Music Awards. Here’s how things look at midweek:

                                      Future (Epic) 10-12k, 24-27k


                                      • #20
                                        ^9/12 Billboard 200

                                        12 9 7 6 DS2 - Future

                                        9/19 Billboard 200

                                        11 12 9 7 DS2, Future

                                        9/26 Billboard 200

                                        10 11 12 8 DS2, Future

                               ... 200-albums

                                        Future’s DS2 closes out the Top 10, up one rung to No. 10, with 25,000 units (down 4 percent).

                                        Pure album sales total is: 236,000


                                        • #21

                                          Saturday, September 19, 2015

                                          ONE-DAY SALES: LANA & THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

                                          As things stand now, Lana Del Rey will top both our sales and SPS charts next Friday. But there’s a giant X factor—Drake’s Instagram has referenced Sunday as release day for his collaborative mixtape with Future. If it’s a giveaway, as expected, the sales chart won’t be impacted. If not, all bets are off.


                                          • #22
                                   ... o-be-alive

                                            Drake & Future to Release Joint Album 'What a Time to Be Alive'
                                            By Ashley Iasimone | September 19, 2015

                                            Drake and Future took to Instagram on Saturday, Sept. 19, to confirm that they’ve collaborated on a new album -- and that it will be available very soon. What a Time to Be Alive is scheduled to hit iTunes and Apple Music at 8 p.m. EST on Sunday, Sept. 20.


                                            • #23

                                              DRAKE-FUTURE MIXTAPE GOES LIVE—AND STRAIGHT TO #1

                                              Label insiders believe the Drake-Future mixtape, What a Time to Be Alive, could sell as much as 500k in its opening week, which began on Sunday night when it crash-landed on iTunes. The set will be an Apple exclusive for one week before going to other retailers and Spotify.

                                              Drake previewed the collaborative mixtape on his Beats 1 OVO Sound Radio show Sunday night, just before it became available commercially on Sunday night, mere hours before it went live on the iTunes store and quickly flew to #1 there. (See below for a track list with credits.)

                                              You'll recall that Apple reportedly paid Drake $19 million for his services as a Beats 1 DJ. His Feb. "mixtape," If You're Reading This It's Too Late, moved about 541k in its first week with singles and streams, later becoming the first 2015 release to hit the 1 million mark. It also set several streaming records. His previous release, the "official" 2013 album Nothing Was the Same, sold 658k in its first week and has gone on to sell 2.4m.

                                              The arrival of What a Time in the marketplace radically changes the picture for Friday’s chart, where the latest from Interscope’s Lana Del Rey previously looked like a strong contender for #1. Now, Drake-Future is expected to have a huge first week—even with just four days on this week’s chart it looks bound to blow away not just this week’s competition but most of the year’s first-week figures.

                                              First-week sales of the last collabo of this magnitude in hip hop, the Kanye-Jay Z set Watch the Throne, did 437K. Can Drake and Future break that record, as the aforementioned label peeps believe?

                                              Meanwhile, will Spotify take this release, or will they ignore it, as they did Dr. Dre’s Compton: A Soundtrack?

                                              The set’s release was greenlit after a last-minute deal was struck between the artists’ labels, Cash Money and Epic, with the latter label’s chief, L.A. Reid, insisting the mixtape go to market as the company is now mid-cycle on Future’s DS2 (A1/Freebandz/Epic), which bowed at #1 in July. That set is currently at #25 at iTunes. Republic will handle marketing and promotion on the set.

                                              Insiders say the release of What a Time does not preclude a possible new album by Drake this year as well.


                                              • #24
                                                New figures:


                                                SALES UPDATE: DRAKE-FUTURE SNEAK ATTACK WILL DEBUT AT #1

                                                Remember when we told you Lana Del Rey would have a #1 bow with her Honeymoon set? Well, funny story. Drake and Future have ambushed the marketplace with their sneak-attack mixtape and are now positioned to take the #1 spot on Friday's chart by a handy margin. Here's what this week’s key debuts look like:

                                                Drake-Future (Cash Money/Republic-Epic) 450-475k albums, 475-500k SPS


                                                • #25
                                                  I'm mad proud of these dudes for scoring such a huge projected debut on this mixtape!!! This is awesome.
                                                  I was waiting for Bey to drop so she could show that T&A arent the only ones smashing album SALES!!!