Dr. Dre And Eminem Scale Billboard 200 Top 10 After Halftime Show
Dr. Dre and Eminem both appeared at the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show. Their presence add immense credibility to their respective hip-hop careers. The two legends has entered Billboards upper chat again.
According to Billboard, Curtain Call: The Hits by Eminem has scaled up from number 126 to 8 on the Billboard 200. This marks the first time since March 2006 to hit the top 10.
The compilation project, that came out for the first time to hit number 1 when it was released in December 2005, received about 30,000 album-equivalent units during the week after the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show. It marked about 256 percent sales increase.
Also featuring hits that include “My Name Is,” “Stan,” and “Loose Yourself.” Eminem performed the latter at the Super Bowl, Curtain Call: The Hits.
Last week, Eminem’s song hit 49th best-selling album in the U.S. in 2021 and the first rap album that will spend more than 500 weeks on the U.K.’s charts for album. The album added 673,000 sales units to 7 million and still counting.
For Dr. Dre, Dr. his 2001 album has also climbed up the chart into Billboard 200 top 10 after swinging from No. 108 to No. 9. In sales, the album has received about 220 percent sales increase.
The Bowl Show really influenced Dr. Dre and Eminem to scale up Billboard 200 top 10. What do you say about it?
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