(AllHipHop News) There are still fans debating which respective diss tracks by Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem reigned supreme. While listeners continue to argue over the bars, the Shady Records head has come out as the winner on the charts.
Eminem’s “Killshot” opened at #3 on the Hot 100. That gave Marshall Mathers his 20th Top 10 song which puts him in a third-place tie with Lil Wayne on the all-time list for rappers. They only trail Jay-Z (21) and Drake (31).
The Kamikaze tracks "Lucky You" (peaked at #6) and "The Ringer" (peaked at #8) are among the Em records to reach the Top 10. In addition, five of his singles made it to #1.
In comparison, Machine Gun Kelly’s “Rap Devil” crested at #13. The “Bad Things” collaboration with Camila Cabello is the lone MGK song to crack the Top 10.