Previously this week a website was reporting that G-Unit's new album Terminate On Sight was projected to sell over 700,000 copies in it's first week. The sites source was an email from an Interscope Records employee who said that they were worried they didn't produce enough copies to meet demand. Well… it looks like that entire story was bullsh*t.
According to Hits Daily Double, the first day sales numbers indidcate that the combined total sales by G-Unit, Tech N9ne, and Jim Jones' ByrdGang are going to have opening week sales under 200,000. G-Unit's album looks to sell around 110,000 copies, Tech N9ne's Killer will do only around 40,000 while ByrdGang looks to only do about half that.
Lil Wayne continues to dominate after selling another 209,000 units this week of Tha Carter III. Selling over 400,000 copies in the first day alone, Lil Wayne went on to sell over a million copies in his first week.