Robin Thicke continues to make major moves.
Fresh off a performance on "America's Got Talent" and a stop by "The Breakfast Club," Thicke has good news in the form of projections for his brand new album, "Blurred Lines."
Based on first day sales totals, the album, led by the chart-topping title track, "Blurred Lines," is projected to debut atop the Billboard 200 albums chart next week.
If this happens, it will be Thicke's first Billboard 200 chart topping album to-date.
According to Billboard, the projection is that "Blurred Lines" will move up to 135,000 copies by week's end.
In comparison, Thicke's last album, "Love After War," debuted at no. 22 with 41,000 copies sold in 2011. Prior to that, his album, "Something Else," debuted with 137,000 copies sold in 2008.
Official figures will be released next week.