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Kehlani’s “While We Wait” Mixtape Projected For 25-28K US Units

Kehlani’s mixtape is one of the week’s highest-profile new releases.

Kehlani by Arturo Torres, courtesy of Atlantic Records

Early US sales and consumption projections have emerged for Kehlani’s “While We Wait.”

According to Hits Daily Double, the new mixtape may sell 5-6K pure US copies during the February 22-28 tracking period. With units from track sales and streams included, it may debut with about 25-28K in first-week consumption units.

While the consumption figure will not position “While We Wait” at the top of the Billboard 200, it will rank as one of the week’s best for a new release.

“While We Wait” is Kehlani’s third mixtape — and first since 2015’s “You Should Be Here.” In between, she released her debut studio album “SweetSexySavage,” which debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200.

Written by Brian Cantor

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