Dr. Dre and Eminem Made History With Unforgettable Super Bowl Halftime Show

Having celebrated 500 weeks on the British charts, “Curtain Call: The Hits” jumps back into the Top 10 at No.8.

Released in 2005, the album has spent years on the Official Album Chart UK. However, it has been over 15 years since it appeared in the Top 10 back in 2006.

It is a clear indication of the Super Bowl effect when people listen to headliners who caught their attention during the Halftime show. However, how Marshall’s Spotify numbers show, many new listeners came to stay and will keep boosting Em’s performance. Also, note that this Super Bowl effect was somewhat muffled in the UK and only significantly affected Eminem. Not as if it did nothing at all for others. Dre’s “2001” re-entered the chart at No.62. Snoop’s, Kendrick’s and Ms. Blige’s numbers were boosted as well, just not enough to break into the chart.

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