Back in 2005, Eminem released a compilation LP called Curtain Call, twelve years later, the album is making history. The album has stayed on the Billboard 200 charts for 350 weeks, making it the longest charting rap album in history.
Curtain Call featured many of Eminem's biggest hits like “Stan,” “Lose Yourself” and “Without Me.” The LP also includes then-new tracks like “When I’m Gone,” “Fack,” and “Shake That” featuring the late-Nate Dogg.
The album has been certified platinum seven times and it sold over 440,000 album it's first week. Two of Em’s other hit albums, The Eminem Show and Recovery, hold the second and third place slots for longest running rap albums, with 329 weeks and 288 weeks, respectively.