It took 17 attempts to get this one just right. But America’s latest sweetheart has come a long way, from staging high school meet-cutes to starring in a mini action movie with her now-infamous squad. Master ’80s fashion photographer Herb Ritts shot a singer and a supermodel rolling around in the waves, and it was goooood. The hardest decision we’ve ever made? That should tell you all you need to know. Somehow, this video was only nominated for two VMAs in 1992, and won just one, for cinematography. Andre 3000 plays all eight members of fictional band The Love Below, while Ryan Phillippe portrays a Sullivan-like character introducing the band. Hey look, a Spike Jonze video! While REM just wanted to do a straightforward performance video, Singh sold them on a dream-like vision that gets a little weird. It took a month and a half to build the machine and the video was filmed over two days, with a total of 47 takes. Beyoncé slays, earning two coveted spots on our list.

The end product was worth it though, as the video serves to enhance the song, which is the whole point of the medium. How could I possibly leave this off the list? Leave it to the Compton-born rapper to bring out the humility in all of us (while posing as Jesus at the Last Supper, no less). It was all worth it, as the video earned 10 VMA nominations in 1997, and took home four, including Video of the Year. This single-shot performance is one of the best ever, and there's a really cool story for how they pulled it off. The video lost all five categories it was nominated in at the 1994 VMAs. Combining pencil-sketch animation and live-action, director Steve Barron produced a classic.

This was a simple concept but a complex video. Sign up for PureWow to get more daily discoveries sent straight to your inbox. In honor of the 60th annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, here are 30 of our go-to jams. This video was the last bit of greatness he left us. So he put a ton of attractive models in a video instead of himself, and it wound up in heavy rotation.

Weird? Silverstone plays a teenager who breaks up with her boyfriend (played by Stephen Dorff) when she catches him cheating. But mostly, this video set the tone for the next decade. The paint is supposed to represent their combined relationship, and as the video continues, she breaks off. This won six VMAs in 2001 and the Grammy for Best Music Video in 2002. Psy and director Cho Soo-hyun shot this video in 48 hours in 2012 and skewered a culture I know nothing about with the help of celebrities I couldn't pick out of a lineup with a gun to my head. It was also his first video and helped launched what is now a wildly successful rap career. It punched you in the face, but somehow you liked it. Clearly the artist's talent didn't matter anymore, how the video looked did. While videos on YouTube are still wildly popular, the art form has suffered over the past decade as MTV and VH1 have moved away from showing them. And that's why it was such a hit. The video scored nine nominations at the 2009 VMAs and took home three wins, including Video of the Year. This was the first video Metallica ever did and is the band's best. It was the "grunge" movement in video form. Directed by Hype Williams and inspired by Max Max Beyond Thunderdome, 2Pac's best video is truly epic.

"Losing My Religion" and "Imitation of Life" are both on this list, but "Everybody Hurts" is REM's best video. Shot guerrilla-style featuring Jonze as the leader of the fake Torrance Community Dance Group, it was essentially a precursor to Jackass in music video form. Again, it's obvious what's going on in the video and not particularly clever, but at the time it was huge. Aside from tons of crazy imagery to add to the mental hospital feel, Kohr also shot the video in black and white, then had bassist Mike Dirnt add the color, which creates a more uncomfortable, jarring look. A straight performance video wasn't getting on this list no matter how cool it was. Well, that would be Puff Daddy, Mase and a slew of primary-colored tracksuits, paying homage to Big Poppa. Wholly under-appreciated in its time, REM's video of "Imitation of Life" is truly brilliant. It was rewarded with seven VMAs in 2010, including Video of the Year and Best Direction for Lawrence.

I truly can't believe this video is almost 15 years old.

The White Stripes had a number of visually incredible videos, this one fuses the song and video concept perfectly. Mark Romanek has directed videos for the biggest artists in the world, and they didn't get bigger than Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson in 1995. The band's record label, Epic, initially refused to fund the project because it didn't think the song was worth promoting as a single. Then they met Gus Van Sant, and their lives changed. Filmed in October in 1983 in and around Los Angeles, the nearly 14-minute video is more of a short movie than a music video. Chris Tucker's cameo works, as do the costumes and the overall theme. Animated charcoal sketches and the catchiest damn song in existence make up this ’80s mega hit. OK Go is now known almost exclusively for its complex single-take videos (which are still amazing).

Regardless of what Justin Timberlake may say, this video was squarely aimed at Britney Spears following their much publicized breakup in 2002. "Jeremy" features a bullied boy who drifts into depression before shooting himself in front of his classmates. Fun fact: The friend posing the “but what has he done for you laaattteeelllyyy” question is, yes, a young Paula Abdul, who also choreographed the routine. Johnny himself died four months after her. To film the video, Gabriel was forced to lay down under a sheet of glass for 16 hours while the video was filmed one frame at a time. Somehow the fusion of the two styles works and creates an iconic video. Another game-changing video for its time... You’ll never not remember a stop-motion dancing chicken. Another simple concept, this video soars thanks to the execution. One Direction - Best Song Ever (Behind The Scenes) - YouTube The video is way better than it sounds. The concept and execution took a decent track off the stellar Ill Communication and lifted it to immortality.

The message is that artists are artists, and music is music, no matter what the form. It was nominated for eight VMAs and took home six, including Video of the Year. Frankly, I miss when music videos were important. Never created a password? Oh, and the lyrics are absolute fire. Director Bryan Barber, and OutKast really hit a home run here. It's the best video the group ever did, and that was reflected by winning three VMAs in 1992, including Video of the Year.

Aside from giving an insanely catchy tune a fun premise, the video enhances the song's energy and makes it even more memorable. Picking between “Bad,” “Smooth Criminal” and even “Remember the Time.” But of all the MJ classics, this one holds up the best. It was the third time Meyers has had a video win the award. Taylor Swift gathered together a legion of singers, actresses and models and as the video progresses then they train as spies to fight it out with another group. Hell yes. Same goes for tap-dancing cartoon cats and ’80s pop stars.

Consider yourself warned.). Different? Racism, religion and sexual ecstasy collide in one of the best videos of the 1980s. Which was Michael's entire criticism of the culture of MTV. Axl Rose's nine-minute ballad had been a kernel in his mind for nearly a decade when it was finally released on Use Your Illusion I. They play cops as the video parodies 1970s police procedurals like S.W.A.T. That's exactly what happened here as Beyoncé teamed up with two dancers to create something fantastic. It has aged remarkably well. Consequently, it was the cheapest and quickest to produce of all the videos in her career. The then Chicago-based rock band became a viral sensation immediately thanks to this video. Cash's wife, June Carter Cash, participated in the video, but passed away three months after filming. Check. After some feuding, the wall gets literally and figuratively broken down and the groups earn each other's respect through performance and wind up playing together. It's really a mesmerizing video that reminds the viewer of a different time, like the late-80s when videos truly told a visual story. Their performances are outstanding and bring the lyrics of the song to life.

It was shot in 20 seconds using a single camera, but choreographed so those 20 seconds are played backwards and forwards for the entire length of the nearly four-minute video by zooming in and out. Music video. It largely focuses just on O'Connor's face as she goes through the stages of sadness and anger associated with loss. Easily Eminem's most critically acclaimed song and video, it didn't win any VMAs in 2001 despite four nominations.

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The end result is a fun, funny video, where an endlessly complicated machine fulfills its purpose...of shooting the band's members in the face with paint. With a gorgeously-shot video deeply-laced with symbolism, director Dave Meyers elevated a decent Kendrick Lamar song to new heights. With a number of horror movie homages, Jackson and Landis nailed this. It won four VMAs in 1994 but lost out on Video of the Year and Best Group Video to "Cryin'" by Aerosmith. We danced all night to the best song ever. The best use of stop-motion animation in a video goes to...Peter Gabriel for this classic. A-Ha took that advice in 1985, creating one of the most memorable videos of all-time. Some days you're tired and frustrated and sleepy and hungry and not sure exactly what you're doing with your life. Create one here. The song is powerful and hits hard, while the video was throwback to the choreography that made both Jacksons famous. If your whole video is centered on a Rube Goldberg machine, you're going to get high marks from me. Kurt Cobain's melodic, intense screeching found a home in this video, it meshed perfectly. The 2004 Video of the Year winner mimics The Beatles' debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, but it sets the action in London. A quick note on the criteria we worked off of. Directed by Tarsem Singh (yeah, the guy who did The Cell and The Fall directed this video), this video won Video of the Year at the 1991 VMAs.

It took 17 attempts to get this one just right. But America’s latest sweetheart has come a long way, from staging high school meet-cutes to starring in a mini action movie with her now-infamous squad. Master ’80s fashion photographer Herb Ritts shot a singer and a supermodel rolling around in the waves, and it was goooood. The hardest decision we’ve ever made? That should tell you all you need to know. Somehow, this video was only nominated for two VMAs in 1992, and won just one, for cinematography. Andre 3000 plays all eight members of fictional band The Love Below, while Ryan Phillippe portrays a Sullivan-like character introducing the band. Hey look, a Spike Jonze video! While REM just wanted to do a straightforward performance video, Singh sold them on a dream-like vision that gets a little weird. It took a month and a half to build the machine and the video was filmed over two days, with a total of 47 takes. Beyoncé slays, earning two coveted spots on our list.

The end product was worth it though, as the video serves to enhance the song, which is the whole point of the medium. How could I possibly leave this off the list? Leave it to the Compton-born rapper to bring out the humility in all of us (while posing as Jesus at the Last Supper, no less). It was all worth it, as the video earned 10 VMA nominations in 1997, and took home four, including Video of the Year. This single-shot performance is one of the best ever, and there's a really cool story for how they pulled it off. The video lost all five categories it was nominated in at the 1994 VMAs. Combining pencil-sketch animation and live-action, director Steve Barron produced a classic.

This was a simple concept but a complex video. Sign up for PureWow to get more daily discoveries sent straight to your inbox. In honor of the 60th annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, here are 30 of our go-to jams. This video was the last bit of greatness he left us. So he put a ton of attractive models in a video instead of himself, and it wound up in heavy rotation.

Weird? Silverstone plays a teenager who breaks up with her boyfriend (played by Stephen Dorff) when she catches him cheating. But mostly, this video set the tone for the next decade. The paint is supposed to represent their combined relationship, and as the video continues, she breaks off. This won six VMAs in 2001 and the Grammy for Best Music Video in 2002. Psy and director Cho Soo-hyun shot this video in 48 hours in 2012 and skewered a culture I know nothing about with the help of celebrities I couldn't pick out of a lineup with a gun to my head. It was also his first video and helped launched what is now a wildly successful rap career. It punched you in the face, but somehow you liked it. Clearly the artist's talent didn't matter anymore, how the video looked did. While videos on YouTube are still wildly popular, the art form has suffered over the past decade as MTV and VH1 have moved away from showing them. And that's why it was such a hit. The video scored nine nominations at the 2009 VMAs and took home three wins, including Video of the Year. This was the first video Metallica ever did and is the band's best. It was the "grunge" movement in video form. Directed by Hype Williams and inspired by Max Max Beyond Thunderdome, 2Pac's best video is truly epic.

"Losing My Religion" and "Imitation of Life" are both on this list, but "Everybody Hurts" is REM's best video. Shot guerrilla-style featuring Jonze as the leader of the fake Torrance Community Dance Group, it was essentially a precursor to Jackass in music video form. Again, it's obvious what's going on in the video and not particularly clever, but at the time it was huge. Aside from tons of crazy imagery to add to the mental hospital feel, Kohr also shot the video in black and white, then had bassist Mike Dirnt add the color, which creates a more uncomfortable, jarring look. A straight performance video wasn't getting on this list no matter how cool it was. Well, that would be Puff Daddy, Mase and a slew of primary-colored tracksuits, paying homage to Big Poppa. Wholly under-appreciated in its time, REM's video of "Imitation of Life" is truly brilliant. It was rewarded with seven VMAs in 2010, including Video of the Year and Best Direction for Lawrence.

I truly can't believe this video is almost 15 years old.

The White Stripes had a number of visually incredible videos, this one fuses the song and video concept perfectly. Mark Romanek has directed videos for the biggest artists in the world, and they didn't get bigger than Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson in 1995. The band's record label, Epic, initially refused to fund the project because it didn't think the song was worth promoting as a single. Then they met Gus Van Sant, and their lives changed. Filmed in October in 1983 in and around Los Angeles, the nearly 14-minute video is more of a short movie than a music video. Chris Tucker's cameo works, as do the costumes and the overall theme. Animated charcoal sketches and the catchiest damn song in existence make up this ’80s mega hit. OK Go is now known almost exclusively for its complex single-take videos (which are still amazing).

Regardless of what Justin Timberlake may say, this video was squarely aimed at Britney Spears following their much publicized breakup in 2002. "Jeremy" features a bullied boy who drifts into depression before shooting himself in front of his classmates. Fun fact: The friend posing the “but what has he done for you laaattteeelllyyy” question is, yes, a young Paula Abdul, who also choreographed the routine. Johnny himself died four months after her. To film the video, Gabriel was forced to lay down under a sheet of glass for 16 hours while the video was filmed one frame at a time. Somehow the fusion of the two styles works and creates an iconic video. Another game-changing video for its time... You’ll never not remember a stop-motion dancing chicken. Another simple concept, this video soars thanks to the execution. One Direction - Best Song Ever (Behind The Scenes) - YouTube The video is way better than it sounds. The concept and execution took a decent track off the stellar Ill Communication and lifted it to immortality.

The message is that artists are artists, and music is music, no matter what the form. It was nominated for eight VMAs and took home six, including Video of the Year. Frankly, I miss when music videos were important. Never created a password? Oh, and the lyrics are absolute fire. Director Bryan Barber, and OutKast really hit a home run here. It's the best video the group ever did, and that was reflected by winning three VMAs in 1992, including Video of the Year.

Aside from giving an insanely catchy tune a fun premise, the video enhances the song's energy and makes it even more memorable. Picking between “Bad,” “Smooth Criminal” and even “Remember the Time.” But of all the MJ classics, this one holds up the best. It was the third time Meyers has had a video win the award. Taylor Swift gathered together a legion of singers, actresses and models and as the video progresses then they train as spies to fight it out with another group. Hell yes. Same goes for tap-dancing cartoon cats and ’80s pop stars.

Consider yourself warned.). Different? Racism, religion and sexual ecstasy collide in one of the best videos of the 1980s. Which was Michael's entire criticism of the culture of MTV. Axl Rose's nine-minute ballad had been a kernel in his mind for nearly a decade when it was finally released on Use Your Illusion I. They play cops as the video parodies 1970s police procedurals like S.W.A.T. That's exactly what happened here as Beyoncé teamed up with two dancers to create something fantastic. It has aged remarkably well. Consequently, it was the cheapest and quickest to produce of all the videos in her career. The then Chicago-based rock band became a viral sensation immediately thanks to this video. Cash's wife, June Carter Cash, participated in the video, but passed away three months after filming. Check. After some feuding, the wall gets literally and figuratively broken down and the groups earn each other's respect through performance and wind up playing together. It's really a mesmerizing video that reminds the viewer of a different time, like the late-80s when videos truly told a visual story. Their performances are outstanding and bring the lyrics of the song to life.

It was shot in 20 seconds using a single camera, but choreographed so those 20 seconds are played backwards and forwards for the entire length of the nearly four-minute video by zooming in and out. Music video. It largely focuses just on O'Connor's face as she goes through the stages of sadness and anger associated with loss. Easily Eminem's most critically acclaimed song and video, it didn't win any VMAs in 2001 despite four nominations.

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