Rick Ross is projected to make a high debut on Billboard Hot 200. His newly-released studio album "God Forgives, I Don't" that boasts such guests as Jay-Z, Usher and Dr. Dre is predicted to easily top the U.S. album chart in its opening week.
The studio effort is estimated to sell around 200,000 copies by the end of the tracking week on Sunday, August 5. If the final figure meets the expectation, it will mark his best sales week surpassing the 198,000 sales number posted by his 2008 CD "Trilla".
It will also become Rozay's fourth chart topper. The Maybach Music Group rapper previously hit the summit of the weekly rundown with his first three albums; 2006's "Port of Miami", 2008's "Trilla" and 2009's "Deeper Than Rap". His fourth CD "Teflon Don" peaked at No. 2 in 2010.
In addition to Rozay's CD, other new releases which are predicted to make notable entries on the chart next week are Joss Stone's "The Soul Sessions Volume 2" and Gloriana's "A Thousand Miles Left Behind".