Puerto Rican sensation Bad Bunny and rapper Offset are poised for a successful run on the Billboard 200 chart with their latest album releases.
According to Hits Daily Double, both artists are expected to make a significant impact with their new projects.
Bad Bunny’s highly anticipated fifth studio album, “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana,” is projected to claim the top spot on the Billboard 200.
This would mark his third consecutive chart-topping album, with estimated first-week sales ranging from 200,000 to 225,000 units.
The album, which boasts an impressive lineup of 22 tracks and features collaborations with artists like Arcángel, Eladio Carrion, De la Ghetto, and more, was released on a Friday to the delight of his devoted fan base.
In contrast, Offset, known for his affiliation with the hip-hop trio Migos, is set to secure a place in the Billboard 200’s top 10 with his second solo studio effort, “SET IT OFF.”
The album is projected to debut with an estimated 55,000 to 65,000 units sold in its opening week. Offset’s previous solo endeavor, “Father of 4,” debuted at number four and moved a commendable 89,000 copies. “SET IT OFF” features an impressive array of 21 tracks, showcasing collaborations with renowned artists such as Cardi B, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Future, and more.
Bad Bunny’s ascent to stardom has been nothing short of remarkable. His first album to secure the number one position on the Billboard 200 was his third project, “El Último Tour Del Mundo.”
This historic achievement marked the first all-Spanish language album to conquer the charts. Subsequently, Bad Bunny continued his reign with the critically acclaimed “Un Verano Sin Ti,” which spent an impressive 13 weeks at number one, surpassing all other albums in 2022.
In a surprising turn of events, Bad Bunny appeared to take a subtle jab at his former collaborator, J Balvin, on the track “Thunder Y Lightning” from his latest album.
The lyrics insinuate that while Bad Bunny remained loyal to a select few, J Balvin extended his friendships widely.
However, J Balvin responded to the alleged diss during an Instagram Live session, expressing his respect and admiration for Bad Bunny. He emphasized their collaborative history and the positive relationship they had shared throughout their careers.