Eminem's 20 Streets Talkin Hot 100 Top 10s, From 'The Real Slim Shady' to 'Killshot'

Eminem's 20 Streets Talkin Hot 100 Top 10s, From 'The Real Slim Shady' to 'Killshot'

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Eminem turns into the fourth rapper with at the very least 20 prime 10 hits on the Hot 100.

As beforehand reported, Eminem's "Killshot" soars onto the Streets Talkin Hot 100 chart (dated Sept. 29) at No. three. Upon the tune's arrival, Eminem earns his milestone 20th Hot 100 prime 10.

Eminem's Machine Gun Kelly diss observe blasts in as his 10th No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart, with 38,000 downloads bought within the week ending Sept. 20, in accordance with Nielsen Music, and launches at No. 2 on Streaming Songs with 51.three million U.S. streams.

As Eminem provides his 20th Hot 100 prime 10, and third in a three-week span, after "Lucky You" and "The Ringer," which bowed at Nos. 6 and eight, respectively, on the Sept. 15-dated chart, he turns into the 19th act to tally at the very least 20 prime 10s. Among rappers, he ties Lil Wayne for the third-best prime 10 whole, with the pair trailing solely Drake (31) and JAY-Z (21).

Here's a chronological take a look at all 20 of Eminem's Hot 100 prime 10s, from his first, the No. Four-peaking "The Real Slim Shady," in 2000, to "Killshot." Notably, 2018 marks the fourth yr wherein Eminem has peaked within the prime 10 with three hits, after 2002, 2009 and 2013.

Peak Position, Title, Peak Date
No. Four, "The Real Slim Shady," June 24, 2000
No. 2, "Without Me," June 29, 2002
No. Four, "Cleanin' Out My Closet," Sept. 21, 2002
No. 1 (12 weeks), "Lose Yourself," Nov. 9, 2002
No. 6, "Just Lose It," Oct. 30, 2004
No. eight, "When I'm Gone," Dec. 17, 2005
No. 6, "Shake That," feat. Nate Dogg, Feb. 25, 2006
No. 2, "Smack That," Akon feat. Eminem, Nov. Four, 2006
No. 1 (one week), "Crack a Bottle," with Dr. Dre & 50 Cent, Feb. 21, 2009
No. 9, "We Made You," May 22, 2009
No. eight, "Forever," Drake feat. Kane West, Lil Wayne & Eminem, Oct. three, 2009
No. 1 (one week), "Not Afraid," May 22, 2010
No. 1 (seven weeks), "Love the Way You Lie," feat. Rihanna, July 31, 2010
No. Four, "I Need a Doctor," Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey, March 5, 2011
No. three, "Berzerk," Sept. 14, 2013
No. 7, "Rap God," Nov. 2, 2013
No. 1 (4 weeks), "The Monster," feat. Rihanna, Dec. 21, 2013
No. 6, "Lucky You," Sept. 15, 2018
No. eight, "The Ringer," Sept. 15, 2018
No. three (up to now), "Killshot," Sept. 29, 2018