The sequel to his much acclaimed Detroit mixtape from 2012 features Eminem, Lil Wayne, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Wale, Jhene Aiko, Young Thug, Nipsey Hussle (on the standout ‘Deep Reverence‘), Eminem, Anderson .Paak and many more.
On the production side, Hit-Boy, KeY Wane, Mike WiLL Made It, DJ Dahi, Cool N Dre, Boi-1da, DJ Khalil and more assist — check out the full list of credits here. Today, we have the projections for the first week sales. HDD reports that Detroit 2 is expected to move 125k copies in the first week. It’s currently looking at the #2 spot of the Billboard 200 for next week.
Who’s projected at number 1? As of right now, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s sophomore album TattleTales is expected to move 150k units which gives him the lead. The album features appearances from Nicki MInaj (on ‘Trollz‘) and Akon (on ‘Locked Up Pt. 2‘) among others. The publication does note that the numbers could change more than usual this time around so we’d have to keep a close watch on the tallies.
In comparison, Sean’s last album I Decided moved 151k units in the first week, debuting at the top spot of the Billboard album chart.