Eminem’s list of accolades is already long and decorated but he keeps adding more achievements to it.

Slim Shady’s “Curtain Call: The Hits” officially surpassed 2.2 Billion streams on Spotify. This is his seventh project to go past this remarkable number.

Released in 2005, “Curtain Call: The Hills” was a compilation work that featured the biggest tracks by Eminem until that point in time. It had features from the likes of Notorious B.I.G and Jay Z among others.

The top three tracks streamed the most on this collaboration were “Lose Yourself” (1.2 Billion), “Shake That” (297 Million). and “When I’m Gone” (351 Million). Obviously those tracks are still getting considerable spins all over the globe.

It is no surprise that Eminem’s older works keep breaking records all the time given that he is globally hailed as one of the greatest hiphoppers of all time.

Which Eminem work will surpass 2.2 Billion streams on Spotify next? Tell us your predictions in the comments!

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