The analysis shows that this collaboration from Eminem’s “Music to Be Murdered By” that already beat all the odds and became Marshall’s biggest hit in years without promo support, has the potential to stay in charts for a long time.

So far the unlikely Juice WRLD’s feature on “Godzilla” attracted the audience and then the release of music video bumped the track up on the charts. It is time for the song to get some radio promotion and sail to history as new Em’s record hit, states the edition:

When Music to Be Murdered By debuted atop the Billboard 200, album cut “Godzilla” also launched on the Hot 100 at No. 3. It’s fairly uncommon for any track to open inside the top five on the tally, and for one to do so without a proper video or any serious promotion is incredible, and it’s a sign that fans were much more interested in the Juice WRLD collaboration than “Darkness,” which appeared to be the chosen first single from the set.
“Godzilla” didn’t manage a second stay inside the top 10, but it could be headed back to the region, as its upward trajectory suggests. Thanks to the release of the official music video, the track has bounded up the Hot 100 and gained almost 20 rungs in the past two frames, and that trend could continue. If the Eminem/Juice WRLD tune picks up steam at radio, there’s no saying how much longer it could stick around.
With a No. 3 peak and 10 weeks on the Hot 100 already to its credit, “Godzilla” is, by most important metrics, Eminem’s biggest hit since he teamed up with Rihanna for “The Monster.”

You can read the article in full on Forbes website

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