Update: Hits Daily Double has issued updated opening week projections for Little Mix’s “LM5.”
According to the publication, the album is now expected to sell 7-8K pure US copies during its first week of release. The inclusion of units from track sales and streams should yield a consumption tally of 17-20K.
Initial US album sales and consumption projections have emerged for Little Mix’s “LM5.”
According to Hits Daily Double, “LM5” is expected to sell 5-7K pure US copies during its first week of release. With units from track sales and streams included, the album may generate 15-19K in total first-week consumption.
Projections for the album’s chart positions are not yet available.
“LM5” is the follow-up to the group’s 2016 album “Glory Days.” That album debuted at #23 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart and #25 on the Billboard 200.