“The Eminem Show” has become Marshall’s first album to earn the milestone of 6 billion streams on the platform.

Em’s absolute classic, the album that gains around 4 million streams a day right now, is rising through the ranks hitting one new milestone after another. It remains the most streamed album of the 2000s and earlier this year it has entered the Top 50 of the most streamed albums of all genres. Now it has progressed to No.49 on the list. “The Eminem Show” has also broken into the Top 10 most streamed hip hop albums switching places with Juice WRLD’s “Legends never Die”.

This is how the Hip Hop Top 10 Most Streamed Albums list looks now:

1. “?” XXXTENTACION — 9.93 billion
2. “Scorpion” Drake — 9.39 billion
3. “Views” Drake — 8.81 billion
4. “Goodbye & Good Riddance” Juice WRLD — 8.19 billion
5. “Astroworld” Travis Scott — 7.87 billion
6. “17” XXXTENTACION — 7.56 billion
7. “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon” Pop Smoke — 7.068 billion
8. “Damn.” Kendrick Lamar — 7.064 billion
9. “More Life” Drake — 6.46 billion
10. “The Eminem Show” — 6 billion

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