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Eminem’s unapologetic masterpiece, “FACK”, has just crossed a major milestone of 100 million streams on Spotify.

The song released on Eminem’s greatest hits album, “Curtain Call: The Hits”, has always been a lightning rod for controversy. “FACK” never intended to please the audience but was thrown to open his commercial compilation as a wrench into the works of mainstream consumption. This unapologetically explicit song, along with “Intro,” was left off the clean version of the album for a reason. It’s raw, it’s shocking, and that’s precisely the point.

Critics might call it his worst ever, but that misses the mark entirely. “FACK” is a middle finger to censorship, a hilarious exercise in lyrical extremity. The song’s frenetic energy, outrageous lyrics, and exquisite production resonated with a certain audience, turning it into a cult classic. It’s a sonic assault that perfectly complements the lyrical mayhem.

In 2021, it even went viral on TikTok when people were genuinely shocked by the lyrics and delivery. But that shock led to the interest that has propelled “FACK” to a level of internet fame few tracks can achieve.

Even Eminem himself seems to have a soft spot for this unconventional track. During a 2020 live chat, he jokingly declared “FACK” his favourite song. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying its impact.

This song has transcended its initial shock value. While some might scoff at the title and content, “FACK” achieved Gold certification in the US and Silver in the UK. And now, it’s reached a new milestone with 100 million Spotify streams.

“FACK” might not be for everyone, but there’s no denying its place in Eminem’s legacy. It’s a perfect example of his ability to push boundaries, shock audiences, and still create something undeniably entertaining.

Listen to Eminem — “FACK” below:

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