Queen’s music video for “Don’t Stop Me Now” just hit a big milestone on YouTube. The visual for the hit track off of the band’s album “Jazz” has surpassed 500-million views.
The music video was directed by J. Kliebenstein, filmed at the Forest National Stadium in Brussels, Belgium in January of 1979. Upon its release, the song reached number nine on the charts in the United Kingdom, although it only hit number 86 in the United States despite the album being a top 10 hit.
The song has been featured in TV shows, films, and commercials for Toyota, Silk almond milk, Amazon and L’Oreal, among others. It’s one of Queen’s most popular songs, named the third best Queen song by “Rolling Stone” magazine readers.