Eminem’s album “Recovery

Eminem’s second most streamed album on Spotify, “Recovery,” has recently surpassed an impressive 4.2 billion streams.

Released in 2010, this album marked a pivotal moment in Eminem’s career, showcasing a more open, vulnerable side of the rapper, and solidifying its significance in hip hop history. The project resonates with dedicated fans and a broader audience beyond the traditional hip hop following.

The album’s success is mirrored in its growing streaming numbers and consistent sales. “Recovery” made a resounding debut at No.1 on the Billboard 200, moving 741,000 copies in its first week. Notably, two of its singles, “Not Afraid” and “Love the Way You Lie,” topped the Billboard Hot 100.

In 2010, “Recovery” claimed the title of the best-selling album worldwide, boasting sales of over 5.7 million copies. Domestically, it secured its place as the best-selling album in the US, with 3.4 million copies sold. The accolades didn’t stop there, as the album earned a Grammy in the Best Rap Album category the following year.

Fast forward to the present, and “Recovery” continues to make waves. Now, the album is gaining over 2 million streams daily, and it only took it three months since the milestone of 4 billion streams reached in October 2023 to arrive at the number we celebrate today.

Listen to the album below:

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