Already one of the best-selling musicians ever, Eminem has established yet another record.
Marshall’s seventh album, Recovery, landed on the Billboard 200 at No. 160, seven years after its initial debut. What makes this even more remarkable is that it marked the 300th week that the album has been on the charts, making it the third album from Em that has been on the charts for at least 300 weeks.
According to Forbes, 2002’s The Eminem Show has spent 342 non-consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200, while his 2005 compilation project Curtain Call: The Hits — already the longest-charting rap album of all time — has spent 363 weeks on the charts.
With his next album, (supposedly) titled Revival, seemingly dropping before the year’s end, it’s expected that it will spark a slight uptick in sales for his albums, making these three projects live even longer on the Billboard 200.