After landing No.1 in 14 countries, Adele is eyeing on getting the most coveted spot on Billboard 200 when her album hits the stores on Feb 22nd. Her debut album peaked at No.10 in 2009 but expect her new album '21' to peak at No.1 with all the promotional campaign that her team arranged for her.
Adele is scheduled to appear Feb. 18 on “Today,” Feb. 21 on “Late Show With David Letterman,” Feb. 24 on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and Feb. 28 on CBS’ “The Early Show.” Additionally, Greer says, “Rolling in the Deep” figures prominently in a scene in “I Am Number Four,” a Michael Bay-produced sci-fi film due in theaters Feb. 18.
Beginning Feb. 1 Adele’s official website will host a “21 Days of Adele” promotion with exclusive daily content including a live chat and a video of Adele explaining the inspiration for an album track. NPR Music is also set to stream “21″ the week of Feb. 7 as part of its First Listen series.
2011 will be Adele's year. Her latest single ‘Rolling in the Deep’ is performing strongly on the AC Formats, and crossing over onto the Billboard Pop Songs Chart and Rock Chart. In the UK, she's already sold 100,000 more than the top 10 combined.