Emeli Sandé Breaks The Beatles' UK Chart Record with Debut Album
History of UK album charts is now changed as Emeli Sandé broke yesterday the 50 years old record kept by The Beatles' previously. Almost 63 weeks are passed, and Emeli Sandé's debut album is still in top of UK album charts.
63 weeks are the longest time for a debut album to be stayed in top 10 UK charts. As previously, The Beatles' kept the record as its album "Please Please Me" stayed in top 10 ranks for 62 consecutive weeks in 1963 according to The Telegraph.
Sandé is very happy to break the record and she said: "It feels quite surreal to even have your name mentioned in the same sentence as The Beatles."
She has also performed at the Olympics opening and closing ceremonies. Sande's debut album was released in February 2012 and it has also broken the sales record as 100,000 copies are saled in a week for three times. James Lachno is a music critic of Telegraph who said that her record was "a hugely impressive introduction to a dynamic, arresting talent".
Sandé debut album make her won the best British female artist award along with best album awards at the BRITs. She is also in the top 3 list of "No. 1 singles in the UK".
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