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BEST OF THE 2020s

The best music videos of the 2020s, as rated by users.

8.25/108 ratings
2020
Rain on Me features Gaga and Grande in latex suits in a futuristic setting with a troupe of dancers inside a giant arena during a rainstorm.
8.17/106 ratings
2020
The song and music video, directed by Director X, were released at midnight on January 10. The music video depicts Future and Drake as men with ordinary jobs, including fast-food workers, mechanics, IT workers, off-brand Apple Store employees, sanitation workers, chefs, aspiring rappers, and assistant directors.
8/102 ratings
2020
The video for Girl like Me resembles an 80s workout video. It features Shakira on a skateboard and with backup dancers doing aerobics. It also features Black Eyed Peas in a set singing the song. The Black Eyed Peas dance around enormous set pieces.
8/101 rating
2021
The music video for Lo Vas a Olvidar features Rosalía and Billie Eilish in separate parts of a dark, windy room with a sand-covered floor. A single spotlight allows enough light for us to see the performers expressively sing and dance, enacting the pain of a breakup.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
The visual opens with the Weeknd laughing as blood drips down his face then jumps back in time to show the mayhem that led to this gruesome end — the pop star speeding around a deserted city, dancing gleefully in the streets. The visual follows the events of the music video for "Heartless" and sees the Weeknd go on a hallucinated joyride after waking from a trance.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
Director David Meyers give Anderson .Paak's protest song an artistic treatment in a video that evokes the work of Agnes Varda, Barry Jenkins, Sinead O'Connor, Prince, and D'Angelo. The video touches on racism and police violence as well as economic injustice and the impact of COVID-19.
7.75/104 ratings
2020
A bearded Eminem goes shopping at a grocery store. Mayhem ensues in the parking lot, and he ends up at the hospital. Mike Tyson and Dr. Dre appear.
7.67/103 ratings
2020
Two siblings drive through a dreamscape in which many scenes are reminiscent of places in California. Eilish sings about dreaming she had jumped off San Fransisco's Golden Gate Bridge and was ignored by her loved ones and fans. They drive past various locations before arriving at Long Beach, California, where they drive into the ocean.
7.25/104 ratings
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
6.75/104 ratings
2020
The video shows Cardi and Megan walking through a colorful mansion and showcases different rooms throughout it, with water dripping through various doorways. Cardi and Megan open the video in the mansion hallway, wearing custom Nicolas Jebran dresses, with long trains, opera gloves, and matching updos.
6.67/103 ratings
2020
The satirical music video explores Swift's life as her theoretical male counterpart, an alter-ego named "Tyler Swift." The video presents numerous prevalent examples of double standards in society and comments on the objectification and sexualization of women, toxic masculinity, patriarchy, and performative allyship.
6/103 ratings
2021
In the visual, the Weeknd continues the established narrative of the previous After Hours music videos (and his 2020 AMA performance), with him in the clip unconventionally performing at a masquerade party after his character received plastic surgery. The video was directed by Cliqua and was notable for Tesfaye's usage of a new sparkling red suit and botox prosthetic.
5.67/103 ratings
2021
The video adopts a vignette aesthetic and depicts Rodrigo's healing from heartbreak. She receives her driver's license in the video, but instead of going to her old lover's house like she used to dream of, she finds herself aimlessly cruising suburban side streets. Rodrigo reminisces about moments from her brief relationship.
5.33/103 ratings
2020
911 features Gaga involved in a car-bicycle accident where she hallucinates various people and objects as she nearly dies before the paramedics shock her back to life. The imagery from the fantasy world appears as billboards on the street along with the people surrounding her. It was director Tarsem Singh's first video and took its look from the 1969 Armenian film The Color of Pomegranates.
4.33/103 ratings
2021
In the video, Gomez traverses through many rooms in a mystical house, depicting her creative and personal growth using metaphors that reflect her evolution. Throughout the video, Gomez wears a glowing crystal heart on her chest (an object similar to Sacred Heart), representing her resilience, while she sings the song's lyrics that center on love and healing.
2.5/102 ratings
2020
The pastel-colored video for Dynamite features the band dancing in front of a sunrise, indoors, and on a basketball court. A large "Disco" sign also makes an appearance. It became the first YouTube video in history to gain 100 million views in its first 24 hours.
8.25/108 ratings
2020
Rain on Me features Gaga and Grande in latex suits in a futuristic setting with a troupe of dancers inside a giant arena during a rainstorm.
8.17/106 ratings
2020
The song and music video, directed by Director X, were released at midnight on January 10. The music video depicts Future and Drake as men with ordinary jobs, including fast-food workers, mechanics, IT workers, off-brand Apple Store employees, sanitation workers, chefs, aspiring rappers, and assistant directors.
8/102 ratings
2020
The video for Girl like Me resembles an 80s workout video. It features Shakira on a skateboard and with backup dancers doing aerobics. It also features Black Eyed Peas in a set singing the song. The Black Eyed Peas dance around enormous set pieces.
8/101 rating
2021
The music video for Lo Vas a Olvidar features Rosalía and Billie Eilish in separate parts of a dark, windy room with a sand-covered floor. A single spotlight allows enough light for us to see the performers expressively sing and dance, enacting the pain of a breakup.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
The visual opens with the Weeknd laughing as blood drips down his face then jumps back in time to show the mayhem that led to this gruesome end — the pop star speeding around a deserted city, dancing gleefully in the streets. The visual follows the events of the music video for "Heartless" and sees the Weeknd go on a hallucinated joyride after waking from a trance.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
Director David Meyers give Anderson .Paak's protest song an artistic treatment in a video that evokes the work of Agnes Varda, Barry Jenkins, Sinead O'Connor, Prince, and D'Angelo. The video touches on racism and police violence as well as economic injustice and the impact of COVID-19.
7.75/104 ratings
2020
A bearded Eminem goes shopping at a grocery store. Mayhem ensues in the parking lot, and he ends up at the hospital. Mike Tyson and Dr. Dre appear.
7.67/103 ratings
2020
Two siblings drive through a dreamscape in which many scenes are reminiscent of places in California. Eilish sings about dreaming she had jumped off San Fransisco's Golden Gate Bridge and was ignored by her loved ones and fans. They drive past various locations before arriving at Long Beach, California, where they drive into the ocean.
7.25/104 ratings
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
6.75/104 ratings
2020
The video shows Cardi and Megan walking through a colorful mansion and showcases different rooms throughout it, with water dripping through various doorways. Cardi and Megan open the video in the mansion hallway, wearing custom Nicolas Jebran dresses, with long trains, opera gloves, and matching updos.
6.67/103 ratings
2020
The satirical music video explores Swift's life as her theoretical male counterpart, an alter-ego named "Tyler Swift." The video presents numerous prevalent examples of double standards in society and comments on the objectification and sexualization of women, toxic masculinity, patriarchy, and performative allyship.
6/103 ratings
2021
In the visual, the Weeknd continues the established narrative of the previous After Hours music videos (and his 2020 AMA performance), with him in the clip unconventionally performing at a masquerade party after his character received plastic surgery. The video was directed by Cliqua and was notable for Tesfaye's usage of a new sparkling red suit and botox prosthetic.
5.67/103 ratings
2021
The video adopts a vignette aesthetic and depicts Rodrigo's healing from heartbreak. She receives her driver's license in the video, but instead of going to her old lover's house like she used to dream of, she finds herself aimlessly cruising suburban side streets. Rodrigo reminisces about moments from her brief relationship.
5.33/103 ratings
2020
911 features Gaga involved in a car-bicycle accident where she hallucinates various people and objects as she nearly dies before the paramedics shock her back to life. The imagery from the fantasy world appears as billboards on the street along with the people surrounding her. It was director Tarsem Singh's first video and took its look from the 1969 Armenian film The Color of Pomegranates.
4.33/103 ratings
2021
In the video, Gomez traverses through many rooms in a mystical house, depicting her creative and personal growth using metaphors that reflect her evolution. Throughout the video, Gomez wears a glowing crystal heart on her chest (an object similar to Sacred Heart), representing her resilience, while she sings the song's lyrics that center on love and healing.
2.5/102 ratings
2020
The pastel-colored video for Dynamite features the band dancing in front of a sunrise, indoors, and on a basketball court. A large "Disco" sign also makes an appearance. It became the first YouTube video in history to gain 100 million views in its first 24 hours.

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