Eminem notched his 9th UK No 1 album with ‘Kamikaze’

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The Rapper Eminem, hailing from the US, bagged his ninth consecutive No. 1 in the British album charts on Friday with the surprise album ”Kamikaze”, and made a history in UK Charts. 

Eminem surprised his enormous fan base last week when he unexpectedly dropped a bomb of an album, ‘Kamikaze‘. His super hit album saw combined chart sales of 55,000 units in the last week as reported by the Official Charts company.

In a statement, it was said.’

“(Eminem) now has more successive Number 1s than any other act in UK chart history,” 

“Eminem previously shared the record with Led Zeppelin and ABBA who held it jointly for 36 years with a run of eight unbroken Number 1s apiece.”

Kamikaze sold a total of 434,000 copies, inclusive of 252,000 digital only traditional copies as well. However, the physical version arrived a week later the album’s unexpected arrival. And this gave Eminem his ninth US Number One album. As reported by the Billboard, apart from Eminem, only The Beatles, Jay-Z, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand, and Elvis Presley notched more Number One LPs.

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Since his 2000’s The Marshall Mathers LP, all of his solo albums have made it big on the Billboard 200, Including his 8 Mile soundtrack.

The Official Charts company quoted Eminem saying,

 “Does this mean I get to call myself Sir Eminem?”.

Well, we say totally SIR!

It is expected that this massively over the top album, ‘kamikaze’ is going to break some records in the US charts as well.

This album has everyone talking about it.

Brendyn

Fans cannot stop devouring the album!

Love from everyone!

JBH

 

People JUST CAN NOT stop!

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Slim Shady’s tenth studio album Kamikaze scored outstripped his closest competition by three copies to one. His competition is the Motion Picture Cast Recording to Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2). The majority of Eminem’s total this week was down to streaming; with 30,000 album equivalent streams logged, this gives Kamikaze the fifth most first-week streams in history.