Gorillaz and Bruce Willis Score Web Breaking Record
Bruce Willis has helped Britpop pioneers Gorillaz set a new record - the band's latest music video starring the action hero has become the most successful promo to premiere on YouTube. The "Feel Good Inc" hitmakers' eponymous debut album, which sold seven million copies, earned the rockers an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the Most Successful Virtual Band.
Now almost 10 years later, their video for new single "Stylo" has become the most successful music video to debut on the file sharing website. The Bruce Willis starring clip was viewed a record-breaking 900,000 times in its first 24 hours on March 2, and beat out previous record-holders U2 and Weezer.
In "Stylo" music video, Bruce Willis made his appearance as he chases the band and begins firing them with a very large-caliber handgun. In the deadly race, the actor is seen very proud of himself, smiles and then disappears.
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