Adele Breaks NSYNC’s Sales Record In Just Four Days

The juggernaut that is Adele keeps on killing it.

Adele’s newly released album “25” sold 2.43 millions units in less than four days.

The record for single week album sales had been held by boy band NSYNC since March 2000 when they released their massive “No Strings Attached” album, selling 2.416 million in the first week.

Adele was only about 100,000 copies shy of that number after just three days of sales: “25” dropped last Friday.

In case you missed it, check out Adele’s live performance of “Water Under The Bridge” on last night’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.