Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' sells a million copies in four days

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The album had tallied 1,050,000 copies by the end of business on Monday, four days after its release on November 10, according to Nielsen.

A black purse and her now-signature wavy banged lob completed the ensemble.

I'm sorry, Taylor Swift can't come to the phone right now. Why?

When it comes to her style, Taylor doesn't play.

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After Swift released her new album Reputation on Friday, November, 10, some fans wondered if she referred to Sheeran in the song "Dress".

Whether it reaches that figure, it still establishes a record for the 27-year-old singer and songwriter, making it her fourth album in a row to exceed first-week sales of 1 million copies.

While Swift's numbers are impressive, they are dwarfed by the biggest debut in music history: Adele's "25" sold 2.3 million copies in its first three days before ending its first week with 3.3 million copies sold in 2015. She's the only artists ever to have four million-selling weeks since Nielsen Music started tracking music sales electronically in 1991, according to Billboard. She's already passed up Ed Sheeran, whose newest album, ÷, sold 919,000 copies, for the top-selling album in the U.S.

Meanwhile, news.com.au have reported that Swift is also in the race to have 2017's biggest first week sales with the critically acclaimed record.

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