Taylor Swift may have ditched country music for good to become a full-time pop star, but it doesn’t look like the change in direction is going to affect her record sales one bit.
According to very early projections from industry bible Hits Double Daily, Tay Tay’s upcoming 1989 album is looking at blockbuster first-week sales of 1 million copies.
If the songstress can reach the magic million mark, 1989 will become her third album to do so; Speak Now shifted 1,047,000 copies back in 2010, while Red did even better with 1.21 million copies.
1989 has already spawned one mega-hit with “Shake It Off,” which debuted at the top of the Hot 100 in early September with 544,000 copies — the highest debut sales week of the year.
When 1989 drops on October 27, we’ll find out if lighting can strike thrice for Taylor Swift. (x)

Taylor Swift may have ditched country music for good to become a full-time pop star, but it doesn’t look like the change in direction is going to affect her record sales one bit.

According to very early projections from industry bible Hits Double Daily, Tay Tay’s upcoming 1989 album is looking at blockbuster first-week sales of 1 million copies.

If the songstress can reach the magic million mark, 1989 will become her third album to do so; Speak Now shifted 1,047,000 copies back in 2010, while Red did even better with 1.21 million copies.

1989 has already spawned one mega-hit with “Shake It Off,” which debuted at the top of the Hot 100 in early September with 544,000 copies — the highest debut sales week of the year.

When 1989 drops on October 27, we’ll find out if lighting can strike thrice for Taylor Swift. (x)

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