Pop Smoke’s debut album breaks Eminem’s album record on Billboard Charts

Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon”‘s unstoppable run on the Billboard 200 Charts had earned the album a new record.

This week Pop’s album was #2 on Billboard 200 with more than 40K units sold in the country, it also was #1 on Top Rap Album Charts which marks it’s 20th week on the top achieving a historical feat. Before “Shoot For The Stars..” , Eminem’s album “Recovery” held the record since 2010.

Below is the list of albums who has spent most weeks on Billboard’s Top Rap Album Charts :

20 weeks, Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, Pop Smoke, 2020-21
19 weeks , Recovery, Eminem, 2010-11
16 weeks , Take Care, Drake, 2011-12
14 weeks, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem, 2013-14
13 weeks , The Heist, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, 2012-13
12 weeks, Hamilton: An American Musical, Original Broadway Cast Recording, 2015-17
11 weeks, DAMN., Kendrick Lamar, 2017

Major factor in this album’s unstoppable streak on the charts is , it’s not carried by one or two hit songs , whether it’s been star featured songs like “The Woo” , “For The Night” or Pop’s standalone bangers “Dior” , “What You Know About Love”, “Got It On Me” , fans have responded well to every track.

Latest single promoted from the album “Hello” featuring A Boogie Wit da Hoodie has been doing well in charts too and recently received Platinum certification.