The Numbers are in: Tinashe’s new album ❝333❞ sells 6K units...

Debuting a little lower than 'Songs For You', Tinashe's new album '333' enters the Billboard 200 chart at #175. In its first full tracking week, it sells 5,800 units SPS (of which 1,200 came from pure sales.) These are standard numbers for Tinashe. Her independently released predecessor 'Songs For You' did similar numbers selling 6,900 units first week (830 in pure sales) and debuted at #147. 

The album before that, 'Joyride,' was released by major label RCA selling 9,800 units in its first week, of which 4,710 came from pure sales. It debuted at number #58 on the US Billboard 200. '333' is actually a solid body of work, and despite her work ethic and talent, she will always be underrated sadly. On a more positive note, she still charted without a physical release, so the little wins and small victories in life are always worth celebrating. And if you missed my album review, check it out here
 

Toya

An opinionated blogger who says it like it is...

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6 comments:

Jrocka said...

For indie project with no hits that’s still cute but as she go touring she will be fine!

Remmi said...

Personally I think it's her worst album to date, didn't get it or enjoy it at all. I'll stay bumping my faves off Aquarius, Night Nightride, Joyride and Songs For You.

Toya said...

I agree to an extent.

Joe Cola said...

The best songs are the singles. She needs to work with better writers and producers.

Unknown said...

I just found out about this album....she needs to work harder on promotions and marketing. I listened to the full album and the songs all sound the same. I tried to get into it yet felt that a hook and a sound was missing. I did like Undo,Small reminders, and Bouncin. The other songs sound a lot like she was channeling FKA TWIGS>Over all it's ok. I would have liked less experimental and more RB/POP. It is not a soulful album it is more ambient sounds and echos.

Unknown said...

It's better that Joyride and Songs for you, and I loved both those albums. This one really resonates with me.

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