Eminem Celebrates as ‘Lose Yourself’ Passes 1Billion Streams on Spotify

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Eminem’s 2002 hit ‘Lose Yourself’ has finally racked up over 1billion streams on Spotify, becoming one of the oldest tracks to make the record.

“Lose Yourself” was also recently joined by “Till I Collapse,” featuring Nate Dogg to the billions club. The list is mainly made up of tracks that debuted over the last decade, with the oldest entry to date.

On Wednesday (Feb. 24), Marshall Mathers celebrated his latest achievement in a 39 seconds video shared across his social media channels.

“You can do anything you set your mind to, man… #LoseYourself is over 1 billion on 

@Spotify” He captioned.

“Lose Yourself” was originally released in 2002 as part of the 8 Mile soundtrack. It became Eminem’s first No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, winning two Grammys and an Oscar for Best Original Song in 2003.

Last year, he delivered a surprise performance of the song at the Academy Awards. Two other Eminem songs also approaching 1 billion streams are “Without Me” has 757 million, followed by the collabo with Rihanna, “Love the Way You Lie” with 751 million streams on Spotify.