Bruce Springsteen Likely to Top Billboard CHart
Bruce Springsteen’s new LP is set for a #1 debut on the Billboard album chart. Billboard reports that High Hopes will likely become Springsteen’s eleventh album to top the Billboard 200 with 95,000 copies sold, being out the Frozen soundtrack with 85,000.
If Springsteen’s album does hit #1, that will pull him out of a third-place tie with Elvis Presley for most #1s in chart history. Jay Z is in #2 with thirteen and the Beatles are #1 with nineteen.
Other albums likely to debut in the top ten will be Kidz Bop 25 with 60,000 sold and Jennifer Nettles’ That Girl with 45,000. The full chart will be revealed on Wednesday.