Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz thinks he can outperform Kanye West. The hip-hop veteran has stepped up to put some respect on his own name and promise his GOAT TALK 3 album will outshine Ye’s studio effort.
Boosie Badazz Names One Album Harder Than Ye’s
BB hit up his Twitter page to keep things 100 on his new music. Despite not name-dropping Yeezy, Boosie still referenced West’s retail project.
“GOAT TALK 3 harder than DONDA frfr #realmusic”
Kanye West’s ‘Come To Life’ Video Is Flames
The proclamation comes right after Kanye put out his “Come To Life” music video to the masses.
Less than a week since dropping Donda to the masses, Ye has blessed fans with a video from the project. Instead of opting for a closed set video, Ye actually used his third album listening event footage as the basis. From Kanye actually setting himself on fire to reuniting with ex-wife Kim Kardashian, the video comes packed with stunning moments.
Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ First-Week Projections
The Grammy-winning rapper can’t help but win, no matter how controversial he is. Whether he really put out Donda or Universal forced his hand, the project is expected to do ridiculous numbers in its opening week.
The LP is expected to do insane numbers in a day and time when digital streams reign supreme. The LP is slated to put out at least 300,000 audio listens by this time next week.
After one (partial) day, Kanye West’s Donda (G.O.O.D./Def Jam) is now trending at or above 300k for its first week. Given the album’s arrival on Sunday, typically the lowest streaming day of the week, there aren’t many, if any, models to project from. So call this one our best guess for now. Can Kanye beat J. Cole’s 308m first-week audio streams for the largest total of 2021 thus far? Kanye West (G.O.O.D./Def Jam): 300k-300k+ Halsey (Capitol): 95-115k total activity, 70-85k albums Lil Tecca (Galactic/Republic): 30-35k, 1-2k OneRepublic (Mosley/Interscope): 21-24k, 16-19k (HDD)
Universal Records Calls Cap On Kanye West
The huge estimates come following some heated words from Ye to his label Universal over the project reaching the masses without his official approval.
Unnamed sources have called Kanye’s claim about his 10th studio album, which dropped Sunday morning, “preposterous”. Universal representatives have not chimed in on the matter, but some people in the company have anonymously spoken about the matter.
Representatives for Universal had no comment on the allegation, but sources at the company called it “preposterous.” (Variety)