You will feel super-delighted as an avid Slim Shady fan when you learn about the news this week regarding Eminem and Nate Dogg’s song. The “Till I Collapse” tune sang by Eminem and features Nate Dogg performing the hook is already eligible for eight times platinum certification in the United States.
This hip-hop and rap-rock tune was recorded in 2001. Then, it was released last May 26, 2002, which was almost 20 years ago as of today.
When you check out Slim Shady’s fourth studio album, The Eminem Show, dropped in 2002, Eminem and Nate Dogg’s song, “Till I Collapse,” is actually the 18th tune on this song compilation.
You can recall that it was featured in September 2011 in the trailer and soundtrack for the 2011 science-fiction and sports-drama movie “Real Steel,” starring Hollywood movie star Hugh Jackman.
Moreover, you will find it impressive to learn that Eminem and Nate Dogg’s song, although it was never released as a single, has managed to chart many times around the world. “Till I Collapse” is certified double-platinum in Denmark, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
Furthermore, Eminem and Nate Dogg’s song was crowned as Spotify’s number one workout track of all time. As of February 2021, “Till I Collapse,” whose unofficial music video has more than half a billion views on YouTube at the time of writing, is among Marshall Bruce Mathers III’s most-streamed tunes on Spotify, with more than one billion streams today.
Before this song became eligible for eight times platinum in the United States this week, Eminem and Nate Dogg’s hit track was certified double-platinum in 2012 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for digital sales of 2 million copies in the United States.
Then, this tune was certified quintuple-platinum in 2018 by the RIAA for digital sales of 5 million copies in the same nation. This week, you will feel wowed as Eminem and Nate Dogg’s song has already exceeded 8 million units in the United States.