Minaj’s groundbreaking hit continues to rack up massive numbers seven years after its initial release.
The first episode of Justin Bieber’s 10-part documentary ‘Seasons’ premiered today on Youtube that sees the pop star getting candid about his life.
Recorded with The Silver Bullet Band, the song was first released in May 1986, peaking at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.
One of the Detroit rocker’s most popular tracks, ‘Night Moves’ was named by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of The 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll.
Going back to the festival’s early origins, the documentary features never-before-seen footage, interviews, and features key performances from some of the biggest names in music.
The new track is released before a hotly-anticipated new Bieber docu-series, 'Seasons' premieres on YouTube Originals on 27 January.
The new track is set to feature on the star's mooted new album, which will mark his first solo project since 2015's 'Purpose'.
Justin Bieber chronicles the road to his first album in four years with new Youtube Originals docuseries ‘Seasons’ that will premiere 27 January.
“As the steward of the definitive charts that uphold the industry's measurement of music consumption, our goal is to continually respond and accurately reflect the changing landscape of the music.”
YouTube released their annual ‘Rewind’ video retrospective that includes Billie Eilish, Blackpink and Ariana Grande with the most-liked videos of 2019.
'Memories' recently peaked at No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's 10th top-five track in the US.
The one-hour special, produced by Craft Recordings in partnership with YouTube Music, launches today.
Rihanna has work work worked her way to 1 billion views on Youtube for her dancehall-inspired music video for ‘Work’, featuring Drake.
The latest episode is the last part of the rising Texan star's new short-form YouTube series.
More than 10,000 fans from over 120 countries around the world answered the band's call, submitting unique content.
'You Are The Champions' will result in three new user-generated videos for three of Queen's most celebrated tracks.