First released on 31 March 2017, the song quickly amassed close to 28 million plays on Spotify worldwide.
Artists who have previously recorded versions of the song include Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley.
The video was shot in a span of 12 hours in a beautiful and eerie swimming pool in Hafnaförður, Iceland.
Directed by Barcelona-based studio Manson, the music video lives up to the song title as the singer rides a Harley on a Hawaiian highway.
Guns N’ Roses’ notches another milestone, with ‘Sweet Child O' Mine’ becoming the first 80s music video to reach a billion views on YouTube.
Kiwanuka's new album, titled simply 'KIWANUKA', is set for release on 1 November.
Originally released in 1984, ‘Love Kills’ features on the much-missed Queen star's recently-released box set of solo recordings, 'Never Boring'.
The song is also the titular track from the band's new album, released on 11 October.
The new release comes just ahead of their UK headline tour, which includes a date at the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London on 16 October.
The new clip was directed by David Dobkin, who also helmed the band’s ‘Sugar’ and ‘Girls Like You’ videos.
The track features on the LA trio's new album, Old LP, which is due out on Friday, 4 October.
Directed by Simon Taylor, the clip was shot on location at Sweat Records in Miami with a special appearance by Ale Campos from Las Nubes, Miami.
The best 80s music videos not only defined the decade, they influenced fashions and elevated the music video to the status of high art.
'Young People Marching’ echoes the call for climate action heard in Raffi's 2007 song 'Cool It.'
In the memorable new clip, which was directed by Zac Ella and Emile Rafael, frontman Dan Smith plays self-help author Dr. Dan Bastille.