Tuesday, September 12, 2017WILL HE BE #1? THAT'S A RHETT-ORICAL QUESTION (UPDATE)
Barring a big surprise release, Valory/BMLG’s Thomas Rhett will score his first #1 on Friday’s chart with new set Life Changes. Rhett previously peaked at #6 when Tangled Up debuted in October 2015 with 76k (it's at approximately 1.5m SPS RTD).
Changes has been locked at #1 on the iTunes album chart since release last Friday.
Here's how things look for the top debuts:
Thomas Rhett (Valory/BMLG) 105-110k SPS, 80-85k album
The National (4AD) 60-65k, 55-60k
Jack Johnson (Brushfire/Republic) 45-50k, 43-48k
Dustin Lynch (Broken Bow) 34-38k, 31-35k
Gregg Allman (Rounder) 25-28k, 25-28k
Kip Moore (MCA Nashville) 25-28k, 24-27kNeil Young (Reprise) 14-17k, 14-17k
Odesza (Counter) 14-17k, 7-9k
Tori Amos (Decca) 11-13k, 10-12k