'1989' also aiming to beat Britney Spears' record sales week for a woman
As the days tick by, the sales forecast for Taylor Swift's 1989 album continues to grow.
As of Nov. 1, with only one full day left in the album's debut tracking week, industry forecasters now say 1989 could sell over 1.3 million copies through Nov. 2.
Thus, the album is now aiming to surpass the one-week sales record for an album by a woman, set by the debut of Britney Spears' Oops! … I Did It Again in 2000, when it arrived with 1.319 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan.