Drake and 21 Savage have delivered one of the most talked-about projects of the year, Her Loss. Whether fans are praising the music or critics are condemning the album for its questionable lyrics, Her Loss has managed to pull in streams from every corner of the world. As a result, HITS Daily Double projects that the album will pull in anywhere from 335,000-350,000 units or 425-450 million on-demand streams during its first week. During most weeks, this would be enough to top the Billboard 200 Chart, but Taylor Swift is in contention to maintain the top spot for a second week.
Her Loss may not top the Billboard 200 Chart, but it is on pace to have the most successful first week of any rap album in 2022. Previously, Future topped the charts with his ninth studio album, I Never Liked You. The 16-track project moved approximately 220,000 units in its first week. One month later, Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers moved nearly 300,000 units in its first week.
Following the release of Her Loss, Drake is scheduled to make his debut at the Apollo Theater on November 11 in New York, New York. Elsewhere, 21 Savage and his team are competing in the latest edition of REVOLT’s Crew League in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.