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Taylor Swift only released her latest studio album, 1989
, this week and it's already predicted to break an actual ton of records. The latest expectations
regarding the record's success see it selling more than 1.3 million copies, marking as the biggest sales week since 2002.
It's only a matter of time before 1989
makes its debut on the Billboard charts and finally proves what it's worth in terms of commercial success. As reported recently, she might just have the second biggest sales since Eminem's The Eminem Show
, which was released back in 2002 and debuted with 1,322 copies sold during its first week alone.
Expectations are great and the numbers have been rising day after day, so thankfully the torture of wondering how Taylor Swift does is coming to an end soon. In addition to the record mentioned above, the predictions also see the songstress breaking another one; that held by Britney Spears' with her 2000 sophomore album, Oops!...I Did It Again
, which is the best selling album by a female artists regarding one-week sales to this day, with 1.319 copies sold in its first week.
What do you think? Will Taylor Swift reach those levels of success and have a record-breaking era with 1989
? Let us know in the comment section below.
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