Schoolboy Q's fifth studio album CrasH Talk arrived on April 26, and it appears it will make an impressive debut.

Hits Daily Double reports that the album is expected to move around 80-85,000 units, of which 15-18,000 will be pure album sales. The album is expected to land within the top five of the Billboard 200.

In addition to Q, singer Pink also released her album Hurts 2B Human last Friday, and it is expected to move around 99-106,00 units. Billie Eilish's WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? is still going strong, as it's predicted to bring in around 77-82,000 in its fifth week.

In 2016, Groovy Q's Blank Face LP debuted at No. 2, moving 77,143 album-equivalent units, a tally that included slightly above 52,000 in pure sales. The highly praised project managed to earn him two Grammy nods; one for Best Rap Album and another for Best Rap Performance (for "THat Part" featuring Kanye West). 

The rapper recently revealed that he scrapped multiple albums before ultimately settling on CrasH Talk because "they were trash." In addition, he delayed the release of the album due to the untimely passings of Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle.

In celebration of this newest project, Q is selling special edition mystery boxes, along with other album-themed merch. Check out his official website for more information.