In an unprecedented move, a 1983 song has topped the one billion mark on YouTube. The video for the Cyndi Lauper hit “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” has surpassed the previous record set by Adele in 2003. The Grammy-nominated song was released as a single from the singer’s debut album She’s So Unusual. It reached No. 2 on the Bill Hot 100 singles chart and was heavily played on MTV in its early days.
The video has reached this milestone more than a year after being uploaded on the website. In addition, it has become the most viewed music video on the site. This is the first time a music video has surpassed one billion views on YouTube. While the song itself has remained popular, the music video has surpassed the one billion mark. With more than a billion views, the song has become a cultural phenomenon.
The song’s success is no surprise. It has garnered countless covers and has become an icon in pop music. Robert Hazard’s original single was released in 1979, and Cyndi Lauper’s 1983 cover is one of the most well-known. The song has been acclaimed as a feminist anthem, and is certified by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The video is proving that YouTube is still the world’s number one site. The music video is the highest viewed video on YouTube and the number of views is increasing daily. The music video’s popularity can be attributed to its popularity. The song is a classic and has been covered by dozens of artists since it was released in 2009. There are no limits to how many times a song can reach this milestone.
The music video has garnered one billion YouTube views. It was also the first music video to top the one billion YouTube chart. The video is a tribute to “Weird Al” Yankovic’s song, “Girls Just Wanna Have” and “Admiral” by The Black Eyed Peas. It is also the first song to reach No. 1 on the U.K.
The music video was directed by Edd Griles. He was assisted by Francis Kenny, who is also the producer of the music video. The video was shot in the Lower East Side of Manhattan during the summer of 1983 and was broadcast on television in December. It’s a huge hit on YouTube and has gained over a billion views. While this is a huge achievement for any music video, it is important to remember that it has been the subject of many parodies.