Eminem’s “Curtain Call: The Hits” Remains Undefeated
What exactly are you not hearing about Eminem, lately. Not even Music To Be Murdered By am about to talk about, his differences with contemporaries or latest beef between MGK and Slim Shade himself.
But characterizing him as a super-hip-hop mind with mega rap potential is literally underrating. Over the decade old Eminem has proven to the glob as a hip-hop sensation without signs of slowing down anytime soon. Not trying to hip the rap talent at least as someone who understand the culture, Eminem is not just a professional rapper. He also genius the hip-hop you are listening today.
Again, not only commercial platforms like Spotify, Apple Music and kept this integral under Eminem probably because how he has been performing since his career. Billboard as chart arena has stepped forward, putting more worth to Eminem following his 2005’s Curtain Call: The Hits album.
The 17 track album has made new positive trade. New report surfaced online from Southpawer confirms that Curtain Call has returned to the Billboard charts in the 59th spot. The astonish is that it’s not going anywhere not sometimes this year or next since there is extensive gap between Curtain Call other albums on rivals.
HNHH suggest to Amahiphop it was all those Lord Jamar fans deciding it was okay to bump Slim Shady again.
Congratulations to Eminem and having agreed that Curtain Call is topping the Billboard 200 charts for a grand total of four-hundred-and-ninety-six weeks which is almost ten years. More traditional albums from Eminem with highest selling also includes The Marshall Mathers LP and 2002′s The Eminem Show.