Here Are the First Week Projections for Don Toliver’s ‘Life of a Don’

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It seems that Drake’s Certified Lover Boy will land at the No. 1 spot again, for a fourth non-consecutive week.

Hits Daily Double reports that this is 2021’s first rap album to spend four weeks at No. 1.

Don Toliver’s latest effort, Life of a Don will reportedly be the top debut and is predicted to bring in 55K to 65K total equivalent album units, with 2K to 4K of those coming from pure album sales. HDD writes that the Apple Music version of the project will improve its video streams and minimize its video-to-album ratio.

Toliver released Life of a Don on Friday, which boasts two features from Travis Scott, as well as appearances from Kali Uchis, Baby Keem, SoFaygo, and HVN over 16 tracks. On Friday night, Toliver’s project reached No. 1 on Apple Music.

Life of a Don arrived on the heels of his high-profile guest spot on Kanye West’s Donda album. In an interview on Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning, Toliver discussed how his feature came to be: “[Kanye] just sent me off with some songs. I did a bunch of different records, and one of them ended up becoming ‘Moon,’ so it was a crazy blessing for me at the end of the day.”

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