George Michael 1990

Freedom '90 features many supermodels, including Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Tatjana Patitz, Cindy Crawford, and male models John Pearson, Mario Sorrenti, and Peter Formby to mouth the words. Michael refused to appear in the music video. Still, the video shows the destruction of various symbols of Michael's past, including the famous guitar, jukebox, and leather jacket of the Faith era.

7/102 ratings

Johnny Cash 2010

Johnny Cash recorded his version of the American Gospel classic Ain't No Grave shortly before his 2003 death. In 2010, Chris Milk created this animated tribute video. Each frame is drawn by a different person. Website visitors can draw their own frames, which are randomly added to the online video -showing how the Man in Black's legacy lives forever.

6.5/104 ratings

Johnny Cash 2006

God's Gonna Cut You Down features several celebrities, including Iggy Pop, Kanye West, Chris Martin, Kris Kristofferson, Patti Smith, Terrence Howard, Flea, Q-Tip, Adam Levine, Chris Rock, Justin Timberlake, Kate Moss, Sir Peter Blake, Sheryl Crow, Dennis Hopper, Woody Harrelson, Amy Lee, Tommy Lee, the Dixie Chicks, Mick Jones, Sharon Stone, Bono, Shelby Lynne, Anthony Kiedis, Travis Barker, Lisa Marie Presley, Kid Rock, Jay-Z, Keith Richards, Billy Gibbons, Corinne Bailey Rae, Johnny Depp, Graham Nash, Brian Wilson, Rick Rubin, Owen Wilson, and Jerry Lee Lewis.

6.33/103 ratings

Michael Jackson 1995

The production had an environmental theme, showing images of animal cruelty, deforestation, pollution, poaching, poverty, and war. Jackson and the world's people unite in a spiritual chant that summons a force that heals the world. Using special effects, time is reversed so that life returns, the war ends, and the forests regrow.

7.67/103 ratings

Kanye West 2004

There were three different music videos created for Jesus Walks. The second, directed by Chris Milk, is the most acclaimed. It uses Biblical iconography and is set in the deep South. West and Milk used them to convey the message that no matter what, God is with you.

8.33/103 ratings

U2 1987

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For features the band members wandering around Fremont Street in Las Vegas while The Edge plays an acoustic guitar. Vegas tourism officials credit the video with helping to make the city more popular among musicians. The rock song's mix of gospel and soul influences helped make it U2's second number-one hit in a row.

6.25/104 ratings

USA for Africa 1985

The famous charity single raised over $60 million for humanitarian aid. Instantly recognizable and often parodied, the video showcases many celebrity musicians singing in a studio, as Quincy Jones conducts. Among them are Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Paul Simon, Dionne Warwick, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Cydia Lauper... and the list goes on.

8/105 ratings