The Eminem Show reaches highest rank on Billboard in last 5 years as it closes in to another milestone

Eminem’s fourth solo studio album, The Eminem Show, released in 2002, has re-entered on US Billboard 200 charts at No. 73 this week, making it the highest position the album has reached in the last five years (since 2017).

The Eminem Show is Eminem’s one of two diamond selling albums and is now three weeks away to complete 400 weeks on the charts.

You can check out the list of longest charting hip-hop albums in history below:

564 weeks – Eminem – “Curtain Call: The Hits”

483 weeks – Kendrick Lamar – “good kid, m.A.A.d city”

465 weeks – Drake – “Take Care”

407 weeks – 2Pac – “Greatest Hits”

406 weeks – Drake – “Nothing Was the Same”

397 weeks – Eminem – “The Eminem Show”

373 weeks – J. Cole – “2014 Forest Hills Drive”

320 weeks – Eminem – “Recovery”

297 weeks – Drake – “Views”

294 weeks – The Notorious B.I.G. – “Greatest Hits”

You can revisit The Eminem Show below: