Bruno Mars' 'Grenade' Music Video Blows Up With 1 Billion YouTube Views

Bruno Mars
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Bruno Mars in the music video for, "Grenade".

Bruno Mars' music video for "Grenade" has reached 1 billion views on YouTube a decade after its 2010 release.

It's now Mars' sixth music video to have reached this milestone, following "Just the Way You Are" (1.5 billion views, 2010), "The Lazy Song" (2 billion views, 2011), "Uptown Funk" with Mark Ronson (4 billion views, 2014), "24K Magic" (1.3 billion views, 2016), and "That's What I Like" (1.8 billion views, 2017).

This comes after his union with Anderson .Paak as Silk Sonic and the band's inaugural release, "Leave the Door Open," on March 5. The Recording Academy left the performance lineup open for these two past Grammy winners to join them for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards this Sunday.

Released as the second single to Mars' 2010 debut studio album Doo-Wops & Hooligans, "Grenade" earned the singer his third Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit. It was nominated for record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance at the 2012 Grammy Awards, and "Grenade" was certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) last October.

In the visual, Mars depicts the unrequited love he has for his girlfriend by lugging a piano through Los Angeles as a sign of the lengths he would go to for her, only to find her at home with another man, leaving him devastated.

Catch another glimpse of "Grenade" below.

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