Eminem Makes History As “Till I Collapse” Surpasses 1.5B Streams
The newly inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Eminem, has another history-making moment with his song “Till I Collapse.”
Released on Eminem’s 2002 album The Eminem Show, “Till I Collapse” had Slim Shady pair up with west coast artist Nate Dogg. Although the song was never released as a single, the Eminem produced song is regarded as one of his best.
According to Chart Data, 1.5 billion streams on Spotify proves it is a fan favorite. Announcing the incredible feat on Wednesday (December 14), Chart Data tweeted, “@Eminem and Nate Dogg’s “‘Till I Collapse” has now surpassed 1.5 billion streams on Spotify. It’s the most streamed non-single in history.”
Em and Nate Dogg went on to collaborated on various songs such as “B**** Please II” with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Xzibit, and Em’s 2006 single, “Shake That.”
“‘Til I collapse I’m spillin’ these raps long as you feel ’em
‘Til the day that I drop you’ll never say that I’m not killin’ ’em
‘Cause when I am not, then I’ma stop pennin’ ’em
And I am not hip-hop and I’m just not Eminem,” raps Eminem on “Till I Collapse.”
In related news, Eminem also holds the top spot for longest-charting rap album in history. Em’s greatest hits compilation Curtain Call, stands alone with 607 weeks as of November 28. Trailing Slim Shady are: Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city (526), Drake’s Take Care (508 weeks), and 2Pac’s Greatest Hits at 450.