Sales Forecast for Future & Metro Boomin’s ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’

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    Future and Metro Boomin’s “We Still Don’t Trust You” Sales Predictions Show Promising Prospects

    Future and Metro Boomin are set to dominate the charts once again with their highly anticipated album “We Still Don’t Trust You.” The sales predictions for the album have just been released, and it looks like the duo is on track for their second #1 debut in a month!

    According to Hits Daily Double, “We Still Don’t Trust You” is expected to sell between 150-175k units in its first week. With features from A-list artists like The Weeknd, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Baby, A$AP Rocky, and a surprise appearance from J. Cole, the album is poised for success.

    This album follows their previous release, “We Don’t Trust You,” which debuted with over 251,000 equivalent album units just a few weeks ago. It marked Future’s ninth number one album and Metro Boomin’s fourth, solidifying their status as chart-topping artists.

    The success of “We Don’t Trust You” was largely driven by streaming, with the album’s 17 tracks racking up an impressive 324.31 million streams. The album’s lead single, “Like That,” featuring a controversial verse from Kendrick Lamar aimed at Drake and J. Cole, also topped the Billboard Hot 100.

    In response to Kendrick’s diss, Drake released a bar-heavy track addressing the ongoing beefs between the two artists. The track, “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50),” takes shots at Kendrick, J. Cole, Rick Ross, and even suggests that SZA deserves a spot in the Big 3 more than Kendrick.

    As the anticipation for “We Still Don’t Trust You” continues to build, fans can expect another chart-topping album from Future and Metro Boomin.