Adele did her label XL Recordings proud with the record-breaking success of "21." According to the financial figures revealed by the "Sunday Times," thanks to the the hugely popular album, the label saw its profits surge tenfold. The label made about 67 million-dollars in 2011, a huge sum in comparison to the roughly five-million XL made in previous years. The numbers aren't much of a surprise when you consider that Adele's "21" spent 78 consecutive weeks in the top ten on the Billboard 200 and sold more than ten million copies in the U.S. alone.
XL Recordings should look forward to some more money in the bank now that Adele has released her theme song for the upcoming James Bond movie "S