Eminem’s “Curtain Call: The Hits” Completes 350 Weeks on Billboard 200 Charts

Remy Gelenidze

Eminem’s greatest hits album Curtain Call: The Hits completes its 350th week on US Billboard 200 charts, more than any other Hip-Hop / Rap album in Billboard history.

The album debuted at number 1 on US Billboard 200, after two sales days (December 8, 2005), in a similar fashion to Eminem’s previous album Encore. The album ended up with the first week sales of almost 441,000 copies.

Curtain Call: The Hits is seven times platinum in the United States, selling over 7,100,000 copies in the country to date. It also gave Eminem his 5th straight number one album in the United States when including the 8 Mile soundtrack.

For the record, Top 3 Rap albums with the most weeks on Billboard 200 belongs to Eminem: Curtain Call: The Hits (350 weeks), The Eminem Show (329 weeks) and Recovery (288 weeks).

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