The Notorious B.I.G. Puff Daddy Mase 1997

Mo Money Mo Problems features Mase and Combs in futuristic locations, including a tunnel lined with fluorescent lamps and a stark white chamber with pressurized air blowing out of the floor, allowing the two to float in midair. The video shows Combs competing in a golf tournament, where he's helped by The Notorious B.I.G's spirit.

9.25/104 ratings

Tupac Shakur Dr. Dre 1995

California Love was inspired by Max Mad Beyond Thunderdome and features cameo appearances by Tony Cox, Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Tucker, DJ Quik, Big Syke, Deion Sanders, Danny Boy, Jodeci, B-Legit, and E-40.

8/106 ratings

Busta Rhymes 2000

Busta Rhymes begins the video by leaving a mansion home and setting out into a field. The sky overhead turns dark, and a tornado hits. But this proves to be no ordinary tornado. Soon, Busta Rhymes is engulfed in flames. But that doesn't stop his performance.

5.33/103 ratings

Missy Elliott 1997

This is the video that helped put Missy on the map. The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) features cameos from Timbaland, Tamara "Taj" Johnson-George of SWV, Yo-Yo, Lil' Kim, Total, 702, Da Brat, Lil' Cease, and Sean Combs.

7.6/105 ratings

Kanye West Pusha T 2010

Kanye West directed the video, drawing from director Stanley Kubrick as an inspiration. West drew inspiration from other long-form music videos and music-related cinema, including Purple Rain, Pink Floyd The Wall, and Michael Jackson's Thriller. The music video revolves around a love story between West (known as "Griffin" in the narrative) and a phoenix he discovers while driving through the woods.

8.17/106 ratings

Beyoncé Jay-Z 2013

The black-and-white video features Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z flirting, embracing, and dancing on the beach. Beyoncé described the shoot as "effortless and spontaneous."

7/105 ratings

Kanye West 2007

The video is set in a futuristic dystopia, reminiscent of Akira and Blade Runner. It was shot mostly in Japan without a script and put together in the editing room for over three months. Kanye's famous Alain Mikli shutter shades were acquired for this video.

7.75/104 ratings

Will Smith 1998

Gettin' Jiggy wit It features Smith performing the song at various hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, including the New York-New York Hotel & Casino, The Mirage, and the foyer of the Luxor Hotel. Dancers are dressed to the motif of the setting, such as an Egyptian and a Hawaiian scene.

5.5/104 ratings