Eminem Quietly Destroyed The ’No One Listens To Eminem’ Debate In 2020

HipHop News Posted on January 6, 2021 at 5:09am

Eminem Quietly Destroyed The ’No One Listens To Eminem’ Debate In 2020

Marshall Mathers' album sales, YouTube views, Spotify Wrapped and whatever other analytics you want to toss in there prove they're at least listening to him 'outside' of the hood.

Editorial – With success comes criticism — that’s just a fact. And with the astronomical amount Eminem has witnessed throughout the course of his illustrious career, he has an entire army of people who love to see him fail.

Take Brand Nubian’s Lord Jamar, for example. For the past few years, whenever he sat on VladTV’s couch, there was bound to be some insults hurled in Shady’s direction — whether it was calling him a “bitch ass” or claiming his music was “trailer park shit.” His favorite argument revolved around his theory nobody listened to Eminem anymore, especially “in the hood.” But Marshall Mathers’ album sales, YouTube views, Spotify monthly listeners and whatever other analytics you want to toss in there prove they’re at least listening to him outside of the hood..centered-ad {

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Simply put, Eminem destroyed the “no one listens to Eminem” debate during all of 2020. Beginning with the January release of Music To Be Murdered By, Eminem once again proved his staunch supporters will always show up to back his music.

Dedicated to Eminem’s late bodyguard CeeAaqil Barnes and Juice WRLD, who appears on the track “Godzilla,” the 20-track project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with roughly 279,000 total album-equivalent units sold in its first week. As a result, Shady became the first artist ever to have 10 consec

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