The Scottish singer takes the Liverpool band's records
Another Beatles record broken, another day goes by. When the 1963 record Please Please Me spent 62 weeks in the top 10 of the British album charts, people thought it was an impenetrable feat, until now.
Scottish singer Emeli Sandé’s debut album, Our Version of Events, achieved a 63rd week, breaking the record and landing her in the history books of music. Sandé, who is 26, said: "It feels quite surreal to even have your name mentioned in the same sentence as The Beatles." She also took to social networking to convey her delight at the achievement, Tweeting: “This record is so significant to me for many different reasons. I'm so happy and I'm thankful to you all. We made history!! #OVOE”. Her album has sold 1.82 million copies worldwide, but mostly in the U.K. And before she gets ahead of herself, The Beatles managed to crack America early on in their career. We’re confident she can do the same thing in time.
In other Emeli Sande news, the singer is backing Aberdeen's bid to be UK City of Culture in 2017. It faces strong competition from Dundee, who are also vying for the title, but with Comedian Billy Connolly, percussionist Dame Evelyn, Glennie and author Stuart MacBride also supporting the bid, Aberdeen is looking like a strong contender.
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