Till I Collapse By Eminem & Nate Dogg Sets A New Spotify Streaming Record

Till I Collapse By Eminem & Nate Dogg Sets A New Spotify Streaming Record

With their 20-year-old joint effort, “Till I Collapse,” Eminem and the late Nate Dogg have broken a new Spotify streaming record.

The song is currently the most streamed non-single in history, according to a tweet from Chart Data on Thursday, December 15: “The song has officially crossed 1.5 billion streams on Spotify.”

The 2002 album The Eminem Show, which also includes the singles “Cleanin’ Out My Closet,” “Without Me,” and “Sing For the Moment,” contains the mega-hit. Both a radio commercial and an official music video were ever made for “‘Til I Collapse.”

The song was awarded double platinum status by the Recording Industry Association of America in 2012, ten years after its release and one year after Nate Dogg’s death (RIAA). Additionally, the song received an astounding 8x platinum certification just before it turned 20 years old officially earlier this year.

Throughout the 2000s, Eminem and Nate Dogg worked together on a number of tracks, including “Shake That” from 2006 and the Marshall Mathers LP track “Bitch Please II” with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Xzibit. The latter peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and received a nomination for “Best Rap/Sung Collaboration” at the 2007 Grammy Awards. It has since earned three platinum certifications.

Eminem attained the highest certification for singles in RIAA history in March, but he has already been surpassed by fellow superstar Drake. Drizzy outsold Em’s 166 million singles with 184 million sales.

Only a few weeks after it celebrated its 20th anniversary, the 8 Mile soundtrack by the Detroit great received its 6x platinum certification. Eminem released a deluxe edition of the 2002 album on October 28 to mark the occasion. All 12 of the songs that were initially included on the soundtrack are included in the 8 Mile Expanded Edition, along with instrumental versions of each song.

Lionel Richie, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Dolly Parton, and Harry Belafonte were also classmates from the class of 2022 when Eminem was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in November.

In a speech that highlighted Em’s contribution to the rap scene and praised him for the way his music “took hip-hop to middle America,” Dr. Dre presented Em with the award.

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