Robin Thicke‘s latest album, Paula, has gone triple paper clip in The United Kingdom and Australia.
The numbers are in, and they are not good.
Apparently the masses do not want it. By it we mean Robin’s album because, according to The Guardian, Paula has only sold 530 copies in the first week. By comparison, his last album flew off of the shelves! Just one year ago, Blurred Lines sold nearly 26,000 copies in July 2013.
One news outlet reports that sales were even more dismal in Australia where Robin wasn’t able to move more than 54 copies in the first week.
Robin’s album has done a bit better in the United States, where 24,000 copies of Paula were sold last week.
Thankfully, Trey Songz had a much better week! His latest album, Trigga, hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after selling 105, 000 copies.
The Struggle: Has Robin Thicke’s ‘Paula’ Album Flopped Overseas? was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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