Both Mac Miller and Usher released new albums this past Friday – Mac with his fourth studio effort The Divine Feminine, and Ursh with his eighth, Hard II Love.

Early sales projections are in, based on the units moved over the weekend, and unfortunately, neither are looking at a number one debut. In fact, it’s likely Drake will take that spot for what will be his 13th non-consecutive week.

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According to HDD, The Divine Feminine is on pace to move around 35-40k (with streaming,) while Hard II Love is looking at around 25-28k. In comparison, Mac’s last album, 2015’s GO:OD AM, debuted at number 4 with 73k copies, and Usher’s 2012 album Looking 4 Myself came in at number one with 128k. Both are vastly different than the numbers for this week, though I’m not sure why!

Chinx also released his second posthumous album, Legends Never Die, on Friday, though sales projections are not available for that just yet.