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Future and Metro Boomin’s “We Don’t Trust You” Album First Week Sales Projections 

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The first week sales projections for Future and Metro Boomin’s “We Don’t Trust You” have arrived. According to HDD, the Atalanta titans first project is expected to move 190-220k copies in its first week, marking the biggest Hip Hop opening of 2024. 

Part of the album’s buzz stems from a fiery verse delivered by Kendrick Lamar on track 6, titled “Like That,” where he takes aim at fellow rappers Drake and J. Cole with lines that challenge their positions in the hip-hop hierarchy.

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His direct approach and bold statements, such as “Motherf*ck the big three, it’s just big me,” have sparked discussions and debates across the hip hop community. 

Future and Metro Boomin dropped their joint album “We Don’t Trust You” on Friday (March 22), accompanied by a trailer featuring the duo cruising through the desert in matching white Rolls Royces. The trailer’s voiceover sets the tone for what to expect: “a lot of garbage-ass fucking rappers out here running around … this game is meant for a select few.”

The album boasts collaborations with The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, and Rick Ross.

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