Curtain Call: The Hits by Eminem and 2001 by Dr. Dre albums got back to the best 10 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

Dr. Dre and Eminem have top 10 albums on last week's Billboard 200 albums chart. No, it's not a mistake from the early 2000s either.

The hip hop superstars both saw gigantic deals and streams since performing at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show on Sunday (Feb. 13).

Billboard expresses that Curtain Call: The Hits by Eminem and 2001 by Dr. Dre albums both got back to the best 10.

Eminem's Curtain Call album, which previously appeared at No. 1 on the charts in 2005, procured almost 31,000 album-equivalent units, while Dr. Dre's 2001 project procured 30,500 units.

Eminem's album shot up from No. 126 on the Billboard chart to No. 8 last week, while Dre's album rose from the No. 108 spot to No. 9.

What's much more striking is the date the last time the two albums were in the Billboard 200 top 10. Eminem's Curtain Call got back to the top 10 interestingly since the March 11, 2006 chart, Billboard reports. Furthermore, Dr. Dre's 2001, which appeared and crested at No. 2 back in December 1999, was rearward in the top ten in May 2000.

Mary J. Blige's new album Good Morning Gorgeous procured 25,809 album-equivalent units as per MRC Data and Kendrick Lamar's GOOD KiD M.A.A.D. City acquired 19,986 units. His Damn album acquired almost 16,000 units.

Celeb News recently announced that the tunes every entertainer performed during the halftime show additionally saw huge expansions in streams by means of Spotify.

Hits "The Next Episode" and "Still D.R.E." by Dreshot up 270% and 245 percent, respectively, after the show. His general streams likewise expanded by an incredible 185 percent on the stage soon after the Super Bowl.

"No More Drama" by Mary J. Blige rose 520% in Spotify streams and digital plays of Lamar's 2015 song of praise "Alright," likewise took off 250% on the streaming platform.

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