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The Eminem Show hits 5 billion streams on Spotify




Eminem’s fourth solo studio album, The Eminem Show, has just surpassed 5 billion streams on Spotify becoming the only album from 2000s to hit this milestone.

According to Eminem Data on twitter, The Eminem Show is the most streamed album in Eminem‘s catalog. It is also the 54th most streamed album on the streaming platform and averages almost 5 million streams daily. Most streamed songs from the album are “Till I Collapse,” featuring Nate Dogg and “Without Me,” each with more than 1.5 billion streams.

Other most streams songs include “Superman” with 491 million streams, “Sing For The Moment” with 360 million and “Cleanin’ Out My Closet” with 310 million.

Eminem released The Eminem Show back in 2002 and debuted at  No. 1 on US Billboard 200 charts. It sold over 1.3 million copies in its second week in the United States and more than 25 million copies worldwide to date. It earned Eminem numerous awards including multiple Grammy awards and received the acclaim from critics. It is one of the two Eminem albums that is certified diamond by RIAA, after The Marshall Mathers LP.

Eminem said during an interview with MTV that he felt that Eminem Show was his “best record so far.”

You can revisit the classic hip-hop album below: