The new film is set to premiere in January 2022 via Lifetime and A&E.
The revolution will now be televised – and in HD – on the band’s official YouTube channel.
The Provo in Utah was especially supportive in helping to launch Dan Reynolds’ band’s career.
The series stars artists such as Lil Yachty, J Balvin, and more.
The film will also be streamed on Turner Classic Movie’s (TCM) YouTube channel August 27.
The classic track from 'The Black Album' is the first of the band's songs to reach this milestone.
In addition to the scholarship announcement, Marley celebrated her birthday with a livestream tribute concert on her official YouTube channel.
‘It is both humbling and what every artist hopes for, to see your work from 20 years ago still getting such love from fans old and new.’
The song is accompanied by an official music video directed by Aurora herself, which premieres on YouTube on July 8.
It's the first of the enduring US rockers' songs to hit this significant milestone.
The new film is set to arrive to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the K-Pop stars' formation.
The 5-hour long virtual event will be livestreamed on YouTube on June 25.
There will also be a virtual afterparty following the livestream exclusively on Youtube.
The achievement means the K-Pop stars are second only behind Justin Bieber, who currently has 62.4 million subscribers on the visual platform.
The online concert event will begin on April 17 at 3pm KST and will be free for all viewers.