Better not to take it, the author of the melody took the video for himself))) The material, theme, photo, video - mine went for free to the author of the music. And you know about monetization.
In principle, this cannot be done, and no fair use will help if the right holder of the music throws a strike. Another thing is that many rights holders simply allow YouTube to monetize such content (through the Content ID system), receiving a portion of the ad revenue. Well, not very well-known groups do not worry about this at all, they perceive it as an advertisement.
Fishbones music, if desired, the copyright holder will still be able to throw a strike on the video, even if there is the name of the song and the author on the whole screen; another thing is that there is such a thing as fair use a.k.a fair use, read more for yourself, but in general, this term can help in challenging complaints about videos.
You can, but at the same time it is necessary to indicate in a special column what kind of song sounds in your video, so that Youtube does not block the video when the copyright holder complains.