Kesha is setting out toward a No. 1 make a big appearance on the Billboard 200 collections outline with her new discharge, Rainbow. Industry forecasters recommend the set – which was discharged on Aug. 11 through Kemosabe/RCA Records – could acquire in the vicinity of 100,000 and 120,000 proportionate collection units in the week finishing Aug. 17.
The Billboard 200 outline positions the most famous collections of the week in light of multi-metric utilization, which incorporates customary collection deals, track comparable collections (TEA) and gushing equal collections (SEA). The main 10 of the new Sept. 2-dated Billboard 200 outline (where Kesha will make a big appearance) is booked to be uncovered on Billboard’s sites on Sunday, Aug. 20.
On the off chance that Rainbow begins at No. 1, it will stamp Kesha’s second pioneer on the count, following her presentation exertion, Animal, which opened on the rundown in January of 2010. She’s since scored three more passages on the count: the Cannibal EP (No. 15 of every 2010), the remix collection I Am the Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance (No. 26; 2011) and Warrior (No. 6; 2012).
Rainbow has already seen four of its songs hit the Billboard Hot 100, including the top 40-charting “Praying.” The track hits a new peak on the Aug. 26-dated Hot 100, rising 32-24, surpassing its initial peak of No. 25 (when it debuted on the July 29 chart).
Rainbow might be the only debut inside next week’s top 10, as the next highest arrival could be rapper Moneybagg Yo’s Federal 3x. The set may start with around 15,000 to 20,000 units outside the top 10.1 of 1