GUNS N' ROSES Become First Rock Band To Surpass 1 Billion Views on Youtube
Guns N' Roses is a money machine. The band's reunion tour is currently the fourth highest-grossing tour ever and now they've become the biggest musical act from not one, but two decades on YouTube.
According to Forbes, the band's 1991 video for "November Rain" has officially surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube and averaged about 560,000 views daily in 2017. Guns N' Roses' video for "Sweet Child O' Mine" also has 694 million views on YouTube, cementing them as one of the biggest acts of the 80s.
Forbes points out that behind the "November Rain" video in terms of views are "Zombie" by The Cranberries with 739 million views and "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana with 727 million videos.
Basically it's just another way the band is making …wait, how much?!?