Eminem has yet another career milestone to celebrate. On Thursday (January 26), the Shady Records co-founder announced his single “Without Me” from 2002’s The Eminem Show had become his latest song to enter the Billions Club on Spotify.

“‘Could start a revolution, polluting the airwaves,'” he wrote in the caption. “#WithoutMe now in the @spotify #BillionsClub.”

Of course, Eminem has already been a member of Spotify’s Billions Club. In February 2021, Slim Shady’s 2002 collaboration with the late Nate Dogg, “Til I Collapse,” hit the magic number.

Like “Without Me,” the song was featured on The Eminem Show, although it was never officially released as a single. In 2012 – one year after Nate Dogg’s passing – the song was certified 2x-platinum by the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) and in 2018, it was certified 5x-platinum.

Eminem & Nate Dogg's 2002 Non-Single 'Til I Collapse' Hits 1B Spotify Streams

Eminem also made history in 2011 when he became the first Hip Hop artist to cross one billion views on YouTube. More recently, 50 Cent, Eminem and Dr. Dre hit a billion YouTube views with “In Da Club” from Fiddy’s celebrated 2003 debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’. 

Written by 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and Mike Elizondo and co-produced by Dre and Elizondo, the song debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 2003. In Da Club” is now only the second rap/Hip Hop music video from the pre-YouTube era to achieve this milestone, following “Without Me.”

Revisit “Without Me” below.