Hip-hop heavyweight Eminem’s Kamikaze attack on the chart is a success with the surprise release storming to the top of the album charts, while spinning off three Top 10 singles for the 45-year-old.
The album dropped suddenly last Friday (August 31). Eminem’s 10th solo studio effort, it racked up first week sales of 55,115 copies (including 30,041 from sales-equivalent downloads) to become his 10th No.1 album.
All of those albums - including a 2004 release fronting D12 - have ...
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