Marshall’s epic comeback album has reached a new streaming milestone.

It is the last mark before getting into the 4 billion territory. “Recovery” is Em’s second most streamed album on the platform and it was destined to be his second studio project to venture there after “The Eminem Show”, which now boasts over 5.8 billion lifetime streams.

These days, “Recovery” is not being streamed as much daily as “Encore” or “The Marshall Mathers LP”, but it follows them very closely, getting over 1.6 million plays daily.

The album met the previous milestone of 3.8 billion streams two months ago almost to day. So let’s get ready to celebrate the next, seriously big milestone mid-Autumn.

Listen to the album below:

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