Jeezus!! No doubt about it. He is the KingAJS2050 wrote:US Album Sales
The Marshall Mathers LP will have topped 10.3m now and The Eminem Show should be over 9.9m. Relapse will be weeks away from 2.1m. Eminem is within a million copies from 40 million studio album sales & also within a million from 50 million in total career sales.
Artist - Album - Total Sales - Latest Update
EMINEM - SLIM SHADY LP - 5,246,959 - 24th Oct 2010
EMINEM - MARSHALL MATHERS LP - 10,298,820 - 24th Oct 2010
EMINEM - EMINEM SHOW - 9,894,697 - 24th Oct 2010
EMINEM - ENCORE - 5,200,921 - 19th Sep 2010
EMINEM - CURTAIN CALL - 3,222,042 - 28th Nov 2010
EMINEM - RELAPSE - 2,072,546 - 24th Oct 2010
EMINEM - RECOVERY - 3,096,441 - 5th Dec 2010
EMINEM - 8 MILE SOUNDTRACK - 4,750,983 - 19th Sep 2010
VARIOUS ARTISTS - EMINEM PRESENTS THE RE-UP - 1,400,000
D12 - D12 WORLD - 2,300,000
D12 - DEVIL'S NIGHT - 1,800,000
Estimated Career Total: 49,283,597
I completely agree with you.04wayne wrote:Eminem shouldn't be credited with D-12, or the 8 Mile soundtrack. Its like crediting Celine Dion with the sales for all of her soundtracks - adding some 60m sales to her already 170m tally, or crediting Madonna with the sales of the soundtracks that she has performed on, or Elton Jonh with the soundtracks he has performed on.
Do the RIAA or Soundscan credit Em with 8 Mile?
I think Garth Brooks and his 100m discs shipped has something to say about that.argentino78 wrote:US king. No doubt about it.AJS2050 wrote:Including Recovery & Encore his solo album sales in the US are now:
Hip-Hop King04wayne wrote:I think Garth Brooks and his 100m discs shipped has something to say about that.argentino78 wrote:US king. No doubt about it.AJS2050 wrote:Including Recovery & Encore his solo album sales in the US are now:
eminem is god of rapTimmy94 wrote:It's really amazing how Recovery is selling over such a long time although the era was relatively short... Seems like 2 hits were enough to make the people buy it week after week, I guess Eminem mustn't have even released No Love back then...