Pop Smoke Breaks Eminem’s Document For The Most Weeks At Quantity One On The Billboard High Rap Albums Chart
#Roommates, it’s been a little over a year since Pop Smoke’s tragic death, but his music continues to break records due to his incredibly loyal fan base. It was recently announced that Pop Smoke has officially broken Eminem’s Billboard record to number one on the top rap albums chart for most weeks.
@Complex reports that Pop Smoke’s debut album “Shoot For The Stars Aiming For The Moon” has now officially broken the record for the longest-running number 1 record of all time on Billboard’s Top Rap Album List. This means that Pop Smoke broke Eminem’s long-standing record on the same list with his album Recovery, which was number 1 on the top rap albums chart for 19 weeks in 2010/2011. Pop Smoke has now entered its 20th week in the table since the album was released in July 2020.
The good news for Pop Smoke continues as Billboard also reports that it is on the verge of breaking a new record in the top R&B / hip-hop album list with “Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon “Has now spent more weeks at number one than any album since 1990 – the last one MC Hammer discontinued with his album“ Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em ”.
Others who follow right behind Pop Smoke are Drake with his album “Take Care” which was at the top for 16 weeks, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “The Heist” at 13 weeks and Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN” which was number one sat one for 11 weeks.
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