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Bon Jovi has joined the ranks of YouTube’s 1 billion club with the video for their hit single “It’s My Life.”

The lead single from their seventh studio album Crush, “It’s My Life” was released in May 2000. The anthemic track broke a five-year new music silence from Bon Jovi and helped introduce the band to a new audience.

Of course, “It’s My Life” isn’t the only rock music video to reach the 1 billion view milestone. Here, for your viewing pleasure, is “It’s My Life” and 15 other rock videos with 1 billion views on YouTube. (Note: View numbers listed are as of publishing in July 2021.)

Bon Jovi – “It’s My Life” (1 Billion views)

 

The Cranberries – “Zombie” (1.11 billion views)

 

a-ha – “Take On Me” (1.29 billion views)

 

Guns N’ Roses – “November Rain” (1.65 billion views)

 

Nirvana – “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (1.29 billion views)

 

Queen – “Bohemian Rhapsody” (1.34 billion views)

 

Linkin Park – “In The End” (1.22 billion views)

 

Coldplay – “Paradise” (1.46 billion views)

 

Imagine Dragons – “Radioactive” (1.29 billion views)

 

Four Non Blondes – “What’s Up” (1.09 billion views)

 

twenty one pilots – “Heathens” (1.69 billion views)

 

Guns N’ Roses – “Sweet Child O’ Mine” (1.26 billion views)

 

Linkin Park – “Numb” (1.62 billion views)

 

Imagine Dragons – “Believer” (1.94 billion views)

 

Coldplay – “Hymn For the Weekend” (1.48 billion views)

 

Imagine Dragons – “Thunder” (1.68 billion views)

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