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According to BuzzAngle Music, the Detroit rapper’s tenth studio album Kamikaze — released in August of last year — sold 373,067 copies, coming in fourth place in the nation. In Detroit’s market, however, the album comes in at number three in album sales, according to Brian McCollum of the Detroit Free Press, joined by fellow Detroit native Jack White at number seven, and Frankenmuth-based rock band Greta Van Fleet at number eight.
In addition to topping album sale charts, Em was streamed 2,575,542,739 times, just trailing fellow hip-hop artists Post Malone, Drake, and the late XXXTentacion. However, Eminem completely dominated the list of overall album sales, selling more albums than anyone with a total of 755,027 albums sold last year.
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