Logic surprised just about everything two nights ago by throwing down the soundtrack to his debut novel Supermarket. After a day and half on the charts, the experts conferring with HITS Daily Double seem to think Logic's companion soundtrack stands to gain about  27k–30k in sales, within its first week. 

If HITS Daily Double is accurate with their findings, the 27-30k sales mark would put Logic in 10th position for the week, behind Ariana Grande, Juice WRLD, NAV, Rich The Kid, XXXTentacion, Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, Post Malone, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Queen in that order. 

Smart money is on Supermarket performing below Logic's normal expectations because it was dropped out of nowhere, without the benefit of a longwinded hype job. Only yesterday did Logic provide further insight into the project, namely the surprise inclusion of Mac Demarco behind the boards.  "I'm Probably Gonna Rock Your World" and "Vacation From Myself" figure as the guitar-peddling songsters primary contributions on the project.

You can stream the whole soundtrack in its entirety right here. It's worth noting that Logic assumed the mantle of Bobby Hill throughout his first-person narration in the book form. The gimmick holds true in the soundtrack as well.