Audio on-demand streams indicate the popularity of an artist and represent every segment of the audience. Eminem’s most recent release consistently stays high up on the list of the most streamed albums in 2020.

This year has brought quite a number of interesting records from popular artists and this list is being reshaped and updated constantly. Marshall, however, is yet to give up his place six months after he dropped “Music To Be Murdered By” mid-January.

Here is the list of US on-demand albums streams of this year up to date:

1. Lil Baby “My Turn” (2,271,711,000)
2. Lil Uzi Vert “Eternal Atake” (2,081,399,000)
3. Roddy Ricch “Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial” (2,071,645,000)
4. Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding” (1,541,762,000)
5. The Weeknd “After Hours” (1,387,323,000)
6. Bad Bunny “YHLQMDLG” (1,298,056,000)
7. Future “High Off Life” (1,165,125,000)
8. Drake “Dark Lane Demo Tapes” (943,319,000)
9. Eminem “Music To Be Murdered By” (912,947,000)
10. Justine Bieber “Changes” (900,847,000)

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