Chris Brown And Tyga's Projected Sales For "Fan Of A Fan: The Album" Are... 'Somewhat' Decent?
After a series of controversial interviews this week, it seems that Chris Brown's "Fan Of A Fan: The Album" is estimated to sell 50-55K.
I feel his fans have begin to notice Chris Brown's ways. Now, while this is by no means bad, it's a big downfall compared to previous sales for Chris Brown's solo album, "X," which has currently sold 330K since it's September release. I mean, recently Chris Brown has had nothing positive to say about his fans, so why reward him for his behavior? After a while, running to the same stories for publicity, gets a little old.
It seems that Chris Brown always runs back to this Drake beef, as fans await the release of a new album. If many of you didn't know, during a recent interview with Hot 97, Chris Brown revealed, when asked about his beef with Drake, that he was tired of making people famous off beefs. Maybe the jokes are on Chris Brown, as it seems that Drake has sold 530,000 copies in the first week, on the release of his new mixtape, which is 2x what Chris Brown is projected to sell, on his new joint album. Of course, we couldn't all turn to Chris Brown, as the main blame for the estimated sales, as Tyga's rumored relationship with Kylie Jenner, seem to be a plot twister for many as well.
I wouldn't say Chris Brown, should be worried for upcoming sales, on future projects, as it seems that caution is the main problem. Chris Brown should watch what he says sometimes, because he nevers knows, who it may seemed directed too. Controversy aside, critics don't seem to like the album anyway. Also, this is a joint album, meaning that Tyga did have a part in this project. This could be a turn-off for some Chris Brown fans, as it was for me. Nothing personal, but I just don't think Tyga is a qualified artist. That can be judged by yourselves, I guess, but I've never really seem to consider him as an artist.
Well, who bought "Fan Of A Fan: The Album?" ... or plans on buying it?