Machine Gun Kelly isn't a rapper anymore, perhaps thanks to Eminem.
But he still puts out albums, and his latest pop-punk effort Mainstream Sellout does have a couple of tracks with Lil Wayne on it, another with Gunna and Young Thug, and even an appearance from Ye's rival Pete Davidson.
It's also going to be his second straight number album, which suggests his genre switch worked out -- whether he jumped or he was pushed.
HitsDailyDouble is projecting Mainstream Sellout will do 90K - 100K in its first week. While that will be enough to top the chart it's a bit off the 117K his last album, Tickets To My Downfall, did in its first seven days.
HitsDailyDouble doesn't have a projection yet for Latto's album 777, which is never good news.