Congrats to Adele! The unstoppable British powerhouse took home yet another award for her record breaking sophomore album, ’21.’ Canada honored the ‘Someone Like You’ singer with their prestigious International Album of the Year Juno Award.

After sweeping the Grammys by winning every category in which she was nominated, including Artist, Album and Record of the Year, Adele’s momentum has only been building. Her record sales remarkably shot up and increased consistently following her victories — typically there would be a spike shortly after the ceremony, then sales level off.

At home in the U.K., Adele swept the Brits, a huge honor for the starlet despite them cutting off her acceptance speech (tsk tsk, ITV!).

Adele’s lead off single from ’21,’ ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ broke digital sales records worldwide. Additionally, ’21′ beat out Whitney Houston’s ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack for the most weeks at No. 1 ever by a woman — and Adele is the first woman in the history of the Hot 100 chart to have three singles in the Top 10 at once.

Is there anything this woman hasn’t accomplished musically? Go girl!