After three days, Adele’s 30′ record was the best-selling album in the United States.
The Adele ’30’ ‘Easy On Me’ singer, 33, has surpassed Taylor Swift’s ‘evermore,’ which sold 462,000 copies in its first week, by selling more than 500,000 copies of her new LP in its first few days.
According to Billboard, MRC Data data show that the new album. This includes songs like ‘I Drink Wine’ and ‘My Little Love’ – which have set the record for this year’s biggest individual week of sales. Surpassing Taylor’s re-released version of ‘Red,’ ‘Red (Taylor’s Version),’ which was released on November 12 and sold 396,000 copies by the week ending November 18.
When streaming stats are included, the overall volume of Adele’s 30′ new album sold has surpassed 575,000 copies. According to the initial drop of figures, and the amount will be confirmed on Thursday (25.11.21).
It is projected to debut at number one on the Billboard chart when it is revealed on December 4. Making it the hitmaker’s third album to do so in the United States, following 2015’s ’25’ and 2011’s ’21.’
Adele’s album promotion has led to two television specials: one on CBS, which featured a performance. A heartfelt interview with Oprah Winfrey and will air on November 14 in the United States, and another on ITV in the United Kingdom. With the star answering questions from the star-studded audience.
The second-billed ‘A Crowd with Adele,’ included a slew of renowned personalities in the audience. Including Adele’s good friend and comedian Alan Carr.