The iconic “When I’m Gone” has officially surpassed a 1 billion views milestone, adding the video to the elite billionaire club.

With “When I’m Gone” reaching 1 billion views, Eminem extends his record as the rapper with the most music videos to achieve this feat – an impressive seven in total. The popularity of this song and its visuals defy the misconception that Shady is only valued for its controversy and fast rapping. “When I’m Gone” is more than just a jumpy hit; it’s a heartfelt message to his daughter Hailie. The raw emotion and vulnerability Eminem pours into the song connect with fans on a deep level, as the song continues to resonate with listeners of different backgrounds and generations. And the accompanying video beautifully captures this sentiment, amplifying its emotional impact.

“When I’m Gone” joins Eminem’s impressive collection of billion-view videos:

1. Love the Way You Lie — 2.8 billion views
2. Without Me — 1.9 billion views
3. Not Afraid — 1.8 billion views
4. Rap God — 1.4 billion views
5. Smack That — 1.2 billion views
6. Mockingbird — 1.02 billion views
7. When I’m Gone — 1 billion views

“The Real Slim Shady” is next. It has 40 more million views to gain to hit the milestone, and with over 400,000 views it gathers daily, we can expect it to join the club before winter comes.

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