Adele & Her Hit 'Hello' Show The Men How it's Done

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In a male dominated top Billboard top 10, Adele is flexing her power as "Hello" maintains the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Funny enough Adele is sitting above three Canadian artists, Drake, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd who hold spots 2-5. "Hello" has become one of the most played songs on radios nationwide.

It marks a momentous return of Adele who had been laying low for sometime since the release of "Skyfall", the track that was featured in the James Bond film of the same title.

Her voice remains as powerful as ever and so to has her ability to reach her fans both old and new.

"Adele's first single in three years continues to set records.

In addition to becoming the first song to sell at least 1 million downloads in a week and breaking Taylor Swift's video record for single-day views, 'Hello' joins Elton John's 'Candle in the Wind' as the only other song to move at least 1 million copies in a seven-day span," according to Entertainment Weekly.

Bieber has two hits in the top five with "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?" Drake's viral hit "Hotline Bling" has the number three spot and The Weeknd's "The Hills" comes in at number four.

Adele's album 25 is scheduled to release on November 20.

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