Future and Metro Boomin’s album We Still Don’t Trust You is big part of the unfolding rap battle royal that pits Drake against the whole gang.

According to HitsDailyDouble, it is projected to do 150-175K in its first week and will finish number one on the Billboard album charts.

Its predecessor, We Don’t Trust You, was released three weeks ago. Its opening week was 251K, and it also finished number one.

Drake’s diss track “Push Ups,” which dropped this afternoon and addresses some of the digs against him on the We Still Don’t Trust You, could boost that album’s sales and streams.


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