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Moneybagg Yo ‘Hard To Love’ First Week Sales Projections

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Moneybagg Yo dropped off his new mixtape “Hard To Love” last week. The tape released more than four years after his fourth studio album A Gangsta’s Pain contained 20-tracks and featured guest appearances by Future, Lil Durk, GloRilla and more. 

According to early projections, the new project is on course to sell 45,000 – 50,000 copies in its first week of release, and will compete directly with the Metro Boomin helmed ‘Spider-Verse’ soundtrack for a place in the top 10. 

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“This project, ‘Hard to Love,; is more vulnerable. I’m bringing my fans in. This is what I’ve been going through in the last two years,” the 31-year old tells Variety.

“It’s a Heartless edition, [which is] one of my first mixtape series,” he continues. “I’m hard to love. I’ve got trust issues, I’ve been through a lot, experienced a lot of ups and downs. But on another scale, it’s hard to love people when they come with bad intentions.”

The album was originally scheduled to arrive on May 26, but was pushed back after Taylor Swift announced she was releasing multiple deluxe editions of Midnights.

Yo’s girlfriend Ari Fletcher said she’d start doing Onlyfans if the album debuted atop the Billboard 200, but I guess she no longer has to worry about going n##ed.

Listen to Hard To Love below 

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