Coolio L.V. 1995

The music video for the song was directed by Antoine Fuqua and featured Michelle Pfeiffer, reprising her earlier role in Dangerous Minds. Initially, Coolio was concerned with the video's treatment stating, "I wanted some low-riders and some shit in it; I was trying to take it 'hood.'" Despite this, he trusted Fuqua and was ultimately pleased with the final result.

8/105 ratings

N.W.A. 1989

The video, directed by Rupert Wainwright, features Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, MC Ren, Krazy Dee, and DJ Yella. The video shows the group walking and posing throughout various parts of the city of Compton. Ice Cube and Ren are chased by the police during their verses, arrested, and put in a holding van. Eazy-E's verse shows him riding alongside the van in a convertible, yelling at the driver who ignores him. As the van leaves the neighborhood, residents throw rocks at it.

7.67/103 ratings

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

50 Cent 2003

In da Club is set in a fictional hip hop boot camp known as the Shady/Aftermath Artist Development Center. It begins with a black Hummer driving to the facility at an unknown location. 50 Cent is introduced by hanging upside down from the roof of a gym. He raps inside the glass box with people dancing around him.

5/103 ratings