Adele’s “25” Breaks Previous Single-Week Sales Record


Adele’s “25,” the most anticipated single album, already broke *NSYNC’s single week album sales record in the U.S.

The new album, 25, has already sold 2.433 million copies in just three days of the release date including 1.45 million digital albums.

The 27-year-old singer’s 11-track album is already regarding as the highest-selling album of the year. The 25 has exceeded the single-week album sales record that was recorded by Nielsen Music in 1991 and just overcome *NSYNC’s album “No Strings Attached” which released in 2000.

Read More: Adele Pens an Emotional Message to Fans on Release Date of 25: “My new album is finally out”

Sales of the 11-track single album 25 started from the release date Friday Nov. 20 and it’s sales record is surprisingly grows up with debate. First sales-week will be ended at Nov. 26, two days remaining where industry forecasters suspect sales could be near about 3 million.

Adele’s latest is now headline in the U.S. and it’s “Say Bye, Bye, Bye” & “Hello” track make sales grows up rapidly. A spokesperson said, many Adele “fans have been anticipating this moment for years,” he added, “We know 25 will be one of the biggest albums this holiday season.”

The album “25” is available for streaming on any digital music services including Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer.

Adele has already wrested Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood for most YouTube views with her smash hit Hello.


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