Janet Jackson 1989

Rhythm Nation is the final part of her long-form Rhythm Nation 1814 film and features rapid choreography within a post-apocalyptic warehouse setting. Jackson and her dancers adorned in black militant attire.

8/105 ratings

Janet Jackson Joni Mitchell Q-Tip 1997

Got 'til It's Gone features Jackson performing in an African club. The video won Best Music Video, Short Form at the Grammy Awards, and Video of the Year at the MVPA Awards. It is featured on the limited edition DVD released with the Special Edition of Jackson's All for You album.

6/102 ratings

Janet Jackson 2001

All for You features Jackson flirting with a man whom she first meets on the subway. Jackson and her dancers perform choreography throughout the video, which also features a dance break. The video ends with Jackson spotting the same man near a nightclub, who smiles at her; she waves at him before turning to leave.

8/104 ratings

Michael Jackson Janet Jackson 1995

Scream has a heavy sci-fi theme and features clips from the anime Akira. It gained 11 MTV Video Music Award Nominations in 1995, more than any other music video. Guinness World Records listed it as the most expensive music video ever made at the cost of $7 million.

8/107 ratings