Justin Timberlake's Latest Album Debuts with Lowest Sales of His Career

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Justin Timberlake dropped his newest album, 'Everything I Thought It Was', last week and has been hustling hard to get the word out about it.

He's been promoting it like crazy, with singles like 'Selfish' and 'No Angels'.

Now, we've got the scoop on how the album did in its first week. Drumroll, please...

It landed at number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling a total of 67,000 copies.

Out of that, 41,000 were actual sales, while the rest came from streaming.

But here's the kicker: this is Justin's lowest first-week sales ever, and it's also his lowest-charting album. Let's compare it to his previous releases:

- 'Justified' (2002) – Sold 439,000 copies, debuted at #2
- 'FutureSex/LoveSounds' (2006) – Sold 684,000 copies, debuted at #1
- 'The 20/20 Experience' (2013) – Sold 968,000 copies, debuted at #1
- 'The 20/20 Experience / 2 of 2' (2013) – Sold 350,000 copies, debuted at #1
- 'Man of the Woods' (2018) – Sold 293,000 copies, debuted at #1

It's kinda surprising, considering Justin really pushed this album with special vinyl editions and exclusive stuff in stores.

But hey, sometimes even the best efforts don't hit the mark.

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