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Queen Enlist Fans Around the World for Three New Music Videos

Queen Enlist Fans Around the World for Three New Music Videos
Queen tapped 10,000 people from 120 countries to help them create three new music videos for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “A Kind of Magic.”

Queen, YouTube Music, Universal Music and Hollywood Records came up with the fan music video initiative as a way to celebrate the original “Bohemian Rhapsody” clip becoming the first pre-Nineties music video to reach one billion views on YouTube.

Each video called for a different kind of submission — with the “Bohemian Rhapsody” video, for instance, fans were asked to play and sing the song any way they wanted,
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Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” Becomes Oldest Music Video In YouTube History To Hit 1 Billion Views

On the heels of the hit biopic, Queen's music video for "Bohemian Rhapsody" is continuing to rocket past new YouTube milestones.

The video has reached 1 billion views -- making it the oldest clip to do so, as well as the first from the pre-MTV era of the 70s. To fete the achievement, YouTube pacted with record company Umg to remaster the video -- as part of an ongoing endeavor.. YouTube is also adding multiple translations for the song’s lyrics, including Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese, Polish, German, Indonesian Bahasa, Korean, Czech, Russian, and Turkish.

Over the past year, Queen -- which counts 10 million YouTube subscribers -- has clocked a cumulative 3.5 billion views. In December, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ was also named the most-Googled song of 2018.

Additionally, later this month, YouTube is pacting with Queen and its label Hollywood Records to launch a fan campaign dubbed You Are The Champions, whereby the
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Bohemian Rhapsody 2 Could Possibly Happen

Bohemian Rhapsody 2 Could Possibly Happen
Bohemian Rhapsody just crossed a major milestone at the box office, which has some people thinking about Bohemian Rhapsody 2. In a recent interview, Queen guitarist Brian May discussed the making of the movie along with some of his favorite scenes and the possibility of a sequel. However, that interview took place before the biopic became the highest grossing music film of all time, crossing the $600 million mark worldwide. Additionally, the movie has been huge for the band, putting albums and singles at the top of the charts again.

With all of that in mind, there could be a sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody. The movie ends in 1985 with Live Aid and Freddie Mercury lived for another six years before passing away at the age of 45 from AIDS complications. Brian May spoke about the temptation to go further in the movie, but ultimately, they decided against it. May had this to say
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