By DJ Louie Styles
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
This week, Drake fully established himself as the current “man” in the game with the official release of Nothing Was The Same. However, a lot of press does not always translate to a lot of success. Drake already had disappointing news in regards to his tour being pushed back due to low ticket sales.
Nothing Was The Same came after being delayed from the original August release date and is filled with hits. Low ticket sales are something to be a little worried about, but it probably won’t have much of an impact on the whole show. “Hold On, We’re Going Home” has become a major hit and the video is already popular.
The sales projections for Nothing Was The Same have come in and they are looking pretty good in comparison to the other albums. Nothing Was The Same is projected to move 447,000 copies in its first week. Drake’s other albums were projected at over 500,000 in their first week.
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