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Eminem To Be #1, Again

Posted By on December 8, 2005

Superstar’s Greatest Hits Set May Not Rescue Q4, but It’ll Sell Enough to Easily Top Next Week’s Chart…Unless We’re Wrong

It appears that Eminem’s greatest-hits collection, Curtain Call (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) will finish up in the neighborhood of 350k, which should be enough for #1 next week, but not nearly enough to party like it’s 1999.

Superstar’s Greatest Hits Set May Not Rescue Q4, but It’ll Sell Enough to Easily Top Next Week’s Chart…Unless We’re Wrong

It appears that Eminem’s greatest-hits collection, Curtain Call (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) will finish up in the neighborhood of 350k, which should be enough for #1 next week, but not nearly enough to party like it’s 1999.

And now for the all-important disclaimer: Because (a) we’re talking about a bona fide superstar, (b) this is a collection of smashes and (c) we’re in the middle of the holiday gift-giving season, it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see the momentum on this puppy pick up considerably by Sunday evening.

Lil’ Wayne, whose new album, on Cash Money/Universal, is cruising toward an impressive 225k-250k, as the young rapper parlays his Destiny’s Child association and New Orleans heritage into what is starting to look like a breakthrough.

HitsDailyDouble.com

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