Eminem’s bouncy collab with the late, great Nate Dogg, “Shake That”, has officially surpassed 500 million streams on Spotify.

“Shake That” becomes Eminem’s 22nd song to break the 500 million stream barrier on Spotify, solidifying his position as a successful streaming artist, the only one from the pre-streaming era to enjoy such success. With this streaming mark checked, Eminem becomes the second rapper ever (after Drake) to have 22 songs with over 500 million streams each on Spotify.

At the same time, it is a bittersweet moment to acknowledge Nate Dogg’s legacy. This is the fourth song featuring Nate Dogg (who passed away in 2011) to reach this benchmark, a testament to his enduring influence.

Released in 2004 on Eminem’s compilation album “Curtain Call: The Hits”, “Shake That” quickly became a fan favourite. The infectious beat, catchy hook, and Nate Dogg’s smooth vocals combined perfectly with Eminem’s signature wit.

With over 260,000 daily streams on Spotify, “Shake That” proves that even older Eminem tracks retain their appeal. This timeless banger keeps pulling in new listeners and reminding us why Slim Shady is a rap legend.

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