Under their Trust Fund Babies effort, Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid bridged generations. The unanticipated debut was propelled by the track “Feel Like Tunechi,” however initial sales forecasts had Weezy’s illustrious career’s lowest first week while sales measures.
Will this be the lowest of Lil Wayne
The 10-track EP is predicted to generate between 12 and 15,000 total accompanying music copies, thus according to Chart Data. In contrast, Rich The Kid’s cooperative effort with NBA YoungBoy, Nobody Safe, garnered around 19,000 total album-equivalent sales in its first week of publication in November 2020.
Weezy and Rich The Kid spoke with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe regarding their enthusiasm for the project and the positive feedback from fans.
“First of all, Rich is like my little bro from day one,” Lil Wayne said. “Me and Rich had been rockin for years and we always said we were going to do something. We might do a song here and there, but we locked it in, got in there, and said we put our mindset and did it. As far as, as much as I gave on that, I do that every time I do anything.”
Back in the day
The revenue reaction to Trust Fund Babies is a significant setback for Billboard chart domination of Lil Wayne. Lil Wayne have not had an authorized album debut well outside Top 20 since Tha Block Is Hot in 1999. Every one of them has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, with the exception of Funeral and the Free Weezy Album (RIAA).
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