Glad he did, he would de dragged even more if he had done that..
That's true, and it would have overshadowed him.MusicRecords wrote:Glad he did, he would de dragged even more if he had done that..
It's kinda weird he even thought that would work out tbhNippian93 wrote:That's true, and it would have overshadowed him.MusicRecords wrote:Glad he did, he would de dragged even more if he had done that..
Exactly.toni_pest wrote:dont think it actually decreased sales, they were just overestimating the effect
Of course that's the problem. They just overestimated the super bowl effect and thought he wasn't frontloaded. I doubt that anybody who wanted to buy the album is not doing so because of the super bowl. Stop exaggerating, it may not have been entertaining or great but it is hardly as tragic as some of you say. Just not effective promo. He still is going to sell over 200k , low for his standards but he also had a long break. Most of your faves can sell that SPS. Without ticket bundles this is a healthy number nowadays. But the streaming numbers also reflect the low general interest from the GP to be honest.toni_pest wrote:dont think it actually decreased sales, they were just overestimating the effect
The exception proves the rule. This doesn't make sense to me. Not buying it because he had a boring super bowl? He didn't even perform songs from the album except Filthy and that is out for a month. He may not have convinced new buyers because of that hence the prediction going down. But anything else is drama and I don't even care for him except for some songs. I liked Supplies and Say something but couldn't be bothered to stream the whole thing yetbiscuits wrote:I was going to buy the album but decided not to after his performance
LOL. Sure.MrLeonix wrote:D*mn, Justin's Super Bowl performance was such a panned-mess that his album's sales predictions went down from 350K SPS to 220K SPS right after Super Bowl .... That means that his performance was so disliked that it even made people lose interest on buying his new album and less and less people decided not to buy it because of the performance
Most panned SB performance of the 21st century, and possibly the first SB performance to cause a decreasing effect on sales.
That’s great then!stevyy wrote:it's expected to sell 275-290k in the first week.MusicRecords wrote:I don’t think 200k is that bad these days tbh
I dunno... for me his family's permission doesn't make that much of a difference, as it just doesn't seem like something Prince would have wanted. They aren't him (and I'm sure they received a nice paycheck, along with the other right holders).