Minaj’s groundbreaking hit continues to rack up massive numbers seven years after its initial release.
The record surpassed over 2 million sales globally and generated the year's biggest first-week US sales in 24 hours.
The playlist is filled with a selection of loose tracks making up the greatest hits that never were throughout the star's career.
The campaign offers fans the chance to become a part of Queen history with a starring role in brand new user generated videos for three of the band’s most celebrated tracks.
The iconic mini rock opera became the band’s defining song, and eventually provided the title of the hit 2019 biopic starring Rami Malek as Mercury.
YouTube Music and Universal Music Group have announced an initiative to remaster a 1,000 iconic music videos including titles by Janet Jackson and Nirvana.
A recent ASMR tribute to Billie Eilish also very quickly went viral.
“We look forward to celebrating the anniversary of this special album with you all,” said frontman Robert Smith of the event, “and remember: this album was mixed to be played loud… so...
The new record is set for release through Republic Records on 7 June.
Weekend two’s stream will feature two Youtube channels: Coachella Curated and a live stream of the Yuma Tent.
"In heavy metal knitting, the knitter becomes a part of the band, showing their best needlework tricks as the heavy riffs echo on the background", say the event organisers.
The K-Pop quartet's song is the first by a girl group to reach No. 1 on iTunes in the US since Destiny’s Child’s' 'Lose My Breath' in 2004.
The video immediately attracted attention for its cameo-filled nature, featuring the likes of Camila Cabello, Ellen DeGeneres and Jennifer Lopez.
Fans can watch the punk-funk superstars perform in the shadow of their The Sphinx from the comfort of their mobile devices.
Featuring Cardi B, the single version of the track topped the US charts and spent 33 weeks in the Top 10.
The singer’s new track ‘7 Rings’ was streamed 16. 9million times, beating the previous record holder, Mariah Carey.