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2019.10.15 - Press Release (Universal Music) - "Sweet Child O' Mine" Becomes The First Music Video From The '80s To Hit 1 Billion Views On YouTube

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Post by Blackstar Tue Apr 23, 2024 5:56 am

GUNS N’ ROSES’ “SWEET CHILD O’ MINE” BECOMES THE FIRST MUSIC VIDEO FROM THE ‘80s TO HIT 1 BILLION VIEWS ON YOUTUBE

GN’R IS NOW THE TOP BAND OF BOTH THE ‘80s AND ‘90s
WITH THE NUMBER ONE VIDEOS FROM EACH OF THESE DECADES ON YOUTUBE


Guns N' Roses’ No. 1 single “Sweet Child O’ Mine” is now officially the first music video from the ‘80s to rock its way into YouTube’s Billion Views Club. This new milestone marks the second decade milestone for the band whose 1992 video for the epic masterpiece “November Rain” broke records in 2018 as the first (and so far only) video from the ‘90s to reach 1 Billion views!  

Guns N’ Roses’ staying power is undeniable. With more than 6.7 million YouTube subscribers and record-breaking videos across decades, the band and their iconic music continues to inspire. Their loyal legion of hard rocking fans from all over the world keep coming back to their classic videos, making them one of the top 200 most viewed artists of 2019 globally on YouTube. In 2019, daily YouTube views of Guns N’ Roses videos have averaged 3.1 million!

Guns N’ Roses injected unbridled attitude into the burgeoning Los Angeles rock scene and went on to captivate the entire world with the July 21, 1987 release of Appetite For Destruction which remains the best-selling U.S. debut album ever, selling more than 30 million copies globally. The band’s ongoing success of their current ‘Not In This Lifetime’ worldwide tour has led it to achieve the fourth spot on the list of the most successful tours in music history with no sign of slowing down.

Guns N’ Roses stats:

* "November Rain" is the only music video from the 1990s in the Billion Views Club.
* "Sweet Child O' Mine" is the first music video from the 1980s to enter the Billion Views Club
* Guns N’ Roses has amassed over 6.7 million subscribers on their official artist channel.
* Daily views of Guns N’ Roses have averaged 3.1 million in 2019
* Guns N’ Roses is amongst the top 200 most viewed artist of 2019 both globally and in the U.S.
* Guns N’ Roses has already earned over 895 million views in 2019, earning massive numbers in countries like the United States (163 million),Brazil (117 million),Mexico (112 million), Argentina (48 million), and Colombia (37 million).
* The official music video for "Sweet Child O' Mine" has seen an average of 590,000 daily views in 2019

Top Five Music Videos by Decade [1980s and 1990s]

1980s

Guns N’ Roses - "Sweet Child O' Mine" - 1B
A-Ha - "Take On Me" - 943M
Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" - 786M
The Police - "Every Breath You Take" - 699M
Michael Jackson - "Billie Jean" - 694M

1990s

Guns N’ Roses - "November Rain" - 1.2B
Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - 968M
The Cranberries - "Zombie" - 962M
Whitney Houston - "I Will Always Love You" - 859M
4 Non Blondes - "What's Up" - 765M
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