After two days on sale, British Singer, Adele’s, ‘25’ album is set to break NSYNC’s long-standing one-week U.S album sales record of 2.42 million set in 2000.
Sources say the album is set to sale at least 2.5 million copies, in its first week, after selling more than 900,000 copies alone through the iTunes Store on its first day of release.
“25” was released on November 20 through XL/Columbia Records. It’s Adele’s third studio album.
NSYNC’s “No Strings Attached” debuted with 2,416,000 sold in the week ending March 26, 2000, and it has since remained the only album to sell 2 million copies in the U.S. in a single week.
‘25’s first week will conclude on November 26, Billboard is scheduled to report ‘25’s debut week sales on November 29.