Here Are The First Week Projections For Adele’s “30”

The first week sales projections for Adele’s “30” have finally been made available.

Pop star, Adele released her long-awaited new album, “30” on Friday, to generally positive reviews. The album features the previously released No. 1 single “Easy On Me,” as well as production from Greg Kurstin, Max Martin, and Shellback. The project which was inspired by her recent divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki, has 12 songs on it, with three bonus tracks and a guest appearance by Chris Stapleton on the deluxe version.

The first week sales projections for Adele’s “30” have finally been made available. The album is expected to sell between 800-850k copies in its first week, with about 500k coming from pure sales, according to reports. The album is being sold in multiple physical formats, including CD and vinyl, and in different special packages with Target (Exclusive bonus tracks), Amazon (Exclusive White Vinyl), and Walmart (Clear Vinyl Version).

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