Eminem’s single track “Is This Love” outstreams The Game’s entire 31-tracks new album

Last week, The Game released his 11th solo studio album, titled Drillmatic – Heart vs. Mind.

The album includes guest appearances from, Kanye West, Drake, Ice-T, Fivio Foreign, Roddy Ricch, NBA YoungBoy, YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Moneybagg Yo, A$AP Rocky, Jeremih, Pusha T, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Dreezy, G Herbo, Blxst, Big Sean, French Montana, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Blueface, Twista, Cam’ron, Chlöe, and Cassie across its other 3 1tracks.

There is also a 10-minutes diss-track called “The Black Slim Shady” aimed at Eminem. The album also included a song “World Tours” featuring Nipsey Hussle but the late rapper’s brother demanded the song to be removed from the album.

With 30 new tracks and star-studded guest list, The Game could not manage to outstream a single Eminem track “Is This Love,” featuring 50 Cent, from Curtain Call 2 album, which is a track from 2009 and was re-recorded for the new greatest hits compilation album.

Drillmatic album’s total Spotify streams in the first day: 960,000

“Is This Love” single’s streams in the first day: 987,000

The Game’s new album is also projected to sell around 40,000 album units in it’s first week of release, which is less than Eminem’s “Curtain Call 2,” which is a compilation of his songs released from 2009 to this day.