For the first time in his career, Marshall will have a single topping the Billboard Global Chart.

Shady’s dominance is indisputable. With 489,000 units moved worldwide, he dethroned Tommy Richman and left Sabrina Carpenter at No.2 with an over 140,000-unit gap.

Every possible metric that influences a charting position is miles away from the competition. Sales — 72,000, while No.2 sold 3,400, with the highest result after Eminem being 34,000 for Shaboozye at No.5. Streams — 122 million, with the second best result of 91.3 million coming from Sabrina Carpenter at No.2. Out of the total number of streams, 83.4 million are paid, again, it is 12 million more than the same metric for Carpenter. And Eminem has gained 38.9 million free streams, 16 million more than the second best in this regard, Tommy Richman.

Nobody is even close to the numbers Eminem’s new single got in its opening week.

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