Eminem has highest charting album in U.S. by a veteran artist for 7th consecutive week

It is now 7 straight weeks for Eminem to have the highest charting album in the United States by a veteran artist. This week, Revival drops from number 14 to number 16, and this is surprisingly small fall for any artist whose album has been out for almost three months, not to mention one who has been releasing music for twenty two years.

Eminem’s long stay as the top selling veteran artist has been due to a huge fan base he got, even though he cut his motherf**king fan base into half after dissing president Donald Trump. Curtain Call: The Hits also makes in this week’s the Top 20 veterans albums on US Billboard.

The top twenty albums this week by veteran artists who have been recording twenty years or more (Billboard 200 position in parenthesis).

1. Revival – Eminem (16)

2. Dave’s Picks, Volume 25: Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton – Grateful Dead (27)

3. Red Pill Blues – Maroon 5 (33)

4. Diamonds – Elton John (36)

5. Live in No Shoes Nation – Kenny Chesney (58)

6. Curtain Call: The Hits – Eminem (61)

7. Black Coffee – Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa (63)

8. Catharsis – Machine Head (65)

9. All-Time Greatest Hits – Neil Diamond (76)

10. 4:44 – Jay-Z (84)

11. Greatest Hits – Tom Petty & the Heartbrekers (86)

12. Greatest Hits – 2Pac (88)

13. Greatest Hits I, II & III – Queen (95)

14. Precious Memories Collection – Alan Jackson (113)

15. Thriller – Michael Jackson (119)

16. Rumours – Fleetwood Mac (121)

17. The Essential Billy Joel – Billy Joel (122)

18. Legend – Bob Marley & the Wailers (127)

19. Journey’s Greatest Hits – Journey (128)

20. Chronicles: The 20 Greatest Hits – Creedence Clearwater Revival (132)

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