Eminem’s ‘Curtain Call’ Has Been on Billboard Charts for 350 Weeks
It’s no secret that Eminem is one of not only hip-hop’s best sellers but also music in general, and now, the Detroit rapper has hit a feat that many will never be able to touch.
Eminem’s 2005 greatest hits album, Curtain Call: The Hits, has now completed its 350th week on the Billboard 200 chart. The record originally debuted at No. 1 on the chart on Dec. 8, 2005 and currently sits at No. 67, down 12 spots from last week.
But Curtain Call isn’t Em’s only album on the charts, The Eminem Show has been on the charts for 329 weeks, while Recovery and The Marshall Mathers LP 2 have been on the charts for 288 and 177 weeks, respectively.
It’s uncertain what Eminem is up to as far as music goes but in a recent 2 Chainz interview, the Atlanta rapper said he collaborated with Em for an upcoming album. According to the Pretty Girls Like Trap Music rapper, Denaun Porter reached out to him, trying to get the rapper to redo a hook and throw in some ad-libs for an Eminem track. Initially, 2 Chainz said he was reluctant to redo the hook, saying that he does his own hooks but eventually “humbled” himself and met up with Em.
We'll have to wait for the new music, but in the meantime, Eminem has enjoyed renewed interest with the release of the HBO documentary about Dr. Dre an Jimmy Iovine, The Defiant Ones.
Watch the trailer below.