Music streaming platform Spotify has released its list of the workout songs most played by its users. In the top song is “Till I Collapse” by Detroit rapper Marshall Bruce Mathers III, who is professionally known as Eminem.
“Till I Collapse” was released on May 26, 2002 from Eminem’s fourth studio album “The Eminem Show.” The rapper co-wrote the song with Nathaniel Hale and Luis Resto.
Aside from “Till I Collapse,” Eminem’s award-winning song “Lose Yourself” is also in the list of the top global workout songs ranking at number 3. He co-wrote the latter with Resto and Jeff Bass.
“Lose Yourself” was released on October 22, 2002. It was from the soundtrack to the drama film starring Eminem, Kim Basinger, Michael Shannon, Mekhi Phifer and the late Brittany Murphy.
In 2003, “Lose Yourself” won as Best Original Song at the Academy Awards. In 2004, it was the Best Rap Song at the Grammy Awards while Eminem won Best Rap Solo Performance.
The second spot in the list of the top global workout songs went to “rockstar” by Austin Richard Post, who is professionally known as Post Malone. The respective fourth and fifth spots went to “HUMBLE.” By Kendrick Lamar and “More Than You Know” by Axel Christofer Hedfors and Sebastian Ingrosso, who are collectively known as Axwell & Ingrosso.
J Balvin’s song “Mi Gente” featuring Beyonce ranked sixth and Camila Cabello’s song “Havana” ranked seventh and eighth, respectively. “You Don’t Know Me” by Jax Jones, “New Rules” by Dua Lipa and “POWER” by Kanye West also made it to the top 10.
In the United States, “rockstar” was the top workout song followed by “HUMBLE.” and “Till I Collapse” in the second and third spots, respectively. “No Limit” by G-Eazy ranked fourth while Bodak Yellow” by Cardi B and “Lose Yourself” ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.
“Thunder” by Imagine Dragons was the seventh most played workout song in the U.S. followed by “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato in the eighth place. “DNA.” by Kanye West ranked ninth and “MotorSport” by Migos ranked 10th.
Watch Eminem perform “Till I Collapse” with his protege Curtis James Jackson III, who is professionally known as 50 Cent, here: