Nas’ “Lost Tapes 2” First Week Sale Projections Officially Revealed

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Nas‘ “Lost Tapes 2” has become one of the most anticipated albums of the past couple of years. Having just released Nasir last year, the Queensbridge rapper shows that he still has it with this new album.

The Lost Tapes 2 features heavy-hitters in both features and production. The album features the likes of RaVaughn, David Ranier, Swizz Beatz, J. Myers, Al Jarreau, and Keyon Harrold. The production is handled by Swizz Beatz, Pharrell, Kanye West, No I.D., Eddie Cole, RZA, Hit-Boy, Eric Hudson, DJ Dahi, DJ Khalil, Pete Rock, and The Alchemist. The album’s unreleased tracks come from Nas’ last four albums: Hip-Hop Is Dead (2006), Untitled (2008), Life Is Good (2012), and Nasir (2018).

With the amount of anticipation for the album, projections were high for the New York rapper. Now, according to HipHopNMore, Nas’ “Lost Tapes 2” is expected to sell between 17 to 20K copies in its first week, with 5-7K coming from pure sales.


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