Adele's '25' has sold nearly six million copies in the US and will spend a fourth week at the top of the Billboard charts.
The 27-year-old singer's third studio album has been an unbelievable success, becoming the fastest ever selling record in America in its first week of sales, and shifting 5.19 million records in just three weeks.
Now the record is expected to shift another 750,000 copies in its fourth week, bringing the grand total to 5.9 million sales and keeping it firmly at the top of the Billboard 200 charts since it came out on November 20.
What's more, the British songstress currently rules the Billboard Hot 100 chart because 'Hello' is number one for a seventh consecutive week and Adele is number one on the Billboard Artist 100.
But it doesn't end there.
'Hello' also is also tops on Radio Songs, Streaming Songs, Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks, Pop Songs, Adult Contemporary, Adult Pop Songs, Dance Club Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay.
The uperstar's return to music comes after a four-year hiatus and she hasn't made the album, released through XL/Columbia Records, available on music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, although her previous albums '19' and '21', as well as 'Hello', are available for streaming.