Eminem New Album 2013: Slim Shady’s 'Berzerk' Is Going Crazy on the Charts (Video)
By Staff Writer | September 01, 2013 09:16 AM EDT
Eminem’s new single, “Berzerk,” is going berserk on the Billboard charts. The new Eminem song is selling strong and on its way to a huge debut on the charts.
Eminem recently completed a mini-tour of Europe and headlined the Leeds and Reading Festivals in England. Slim Shady didn’t perform much of his new album on the tour, but opened with his lead single, “Survival.”
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Eminem's new single "Berzerk" is doing some insane numbers. The forecast from industry sources say that Eminem’s new single is on its way to sell somewhere between 350,000 to 375,000 downloads by the end of the September 1 tracking week on the Billboard Charts.
The explosive debut of Eminem’s new single from the “Marshall Matters LP II” should guarantee it a high opening number of the charts of both Digital Songs and the Billboard Hot 100 chart which will be public next week. The Billboard Hot 100 charts will reveal the 10 singles this Wednesday, Sept. 4.
The sales for Eminem’s new single "Berzerk's" look like they are close to the first week sales of Eminem’s “Not Afraid,” the first single off his last album. Eminem’s “Not Afraid” debuted at Number One in 2010, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Eminem’s Not Afraid sold about 379,0000 units. Eminem’s single led his album, called “Recovery” to the top of the charts, making it Eminem’s sixth Number One Album on the Billboard 200 Chart.
Eminem’s "Berzerk" is the first single from "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" album. Eminem’s new album is set to drop on Nov. 5.
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