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Eminem Unseats Taylor Swift on Album Charts With ‘The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce)’

Thania Garcia Taylor Swift has finally passed the torch: Eminem now holds the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200, unseating “The Tortured Poets Department” for the first time since its April release. “The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce),” the emcee’s 12th album, opens at the top of the all-genre-inclusive chart with the equivalent of 281,000 equivalent album units in the United States.

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What is TikTok’s ‘Gen Z Boss And A Mini’ meme – the viral trend explained
TikTok users have been jumping on the ‘Gen Z Boss And A Mini’ trend in recent weeks.The sound, which has been popular on the social media platform, sees people repeating a number of chanted phrases in unison.The trend has its origins in a video posted by user @maisieisobel_ last month, in which a group of friends describe their outfits on what appears to be a night out.“Boots and a slick back bun / cowboy boots and a blowie / sambas and a little red bag,” they declare in the catchy video.Boots and a slick back bun @Ellie Lord @Amelia Gregorian bootsandaslickbackbun girlhood cowboybootsandablowie sambasandalittleredbag ♬ Boots and a slick back bun – maisieisobel_ This in turn inspired beauty company TBH Skincare to do their own take on the clip describing themselves.These include: “Gen Z boss and a mini / Itty bitty titties and a bob / 5’3 and an attitude / Secret product and a trench / New Frank Green and a sneaky link / Fake tan hands and a hoop.”I’m telling my kids this was Little Mix #bootsandaslickbackbun #workhumour #officelife #tbhskincare @maisieisobel_ ♬ original sound – tbh skincare The trend has now spread across TikTok, with many users and corporate accounts doing their own versions of the hook, while celebrities including Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and Rachel Dratch have done their own take too – which has received millions of likes.summer in the city ♬ original sound – Amy Poehler However, the trend has caused some backlash as well, some calling it “cringe” and suggesting it epitomises so-called forced fun corporate activities.