Maroon 5 2015

Maroon 5 "crashed" several weddings for the making of this video. The grooms knew ahead of time, but they kept it a surprise from most everyone else. The spontaneous reactions are real, making for a fun, joyful video. David Dobkin, who made the Hollywood film Wedding Crashers, also directed this vid.

6.75/104 ratings

Prince 1984

When Doves Cry opens with white doves emerging from double doors to reveal Prince in a bathtub. It also includes scenes from the Purple Rain film interspersed with shots of the Revolution performing and dancing in a white room. The video's final portion incorporates a mirrored frame of the left half of the picture, creating a doubling effect.

8.67/106 ratings

Leon Bridges 2016

Leon Bridges' video for River starts before the music begins. Bridges rides home in a car before pulling out his guitar and singing to a woman. The video is set during the Baltimore riots to tell stories of redemption and life.

7/104 ratings

CeeLo Green 2010

Taking place in a diner, the video chronicles Cee Lo's misadventures with a girl he has a crush on, known as "The Heartbreaker," throughout the video. Some parts of the "clean edit" video tend to freeze for a split second when a bowdlerized lyric is mouthed to prevent the lips from being read.

7.4/105 ratings

Gnarls Barkley 2008

A couple sits at a booth in a diner, while the woman (Aasha Davis) breaks up with her boyfriend (Jorma Taccone). After receiving the plate he requested from the waitress, the man stabs himself in the chest, pulls out his heart, places it on the plate, and gives it to the woman.

6/103 ratings

Brian McKnight 1999

This official music video for Brian McKnight's 'Back At One' isn't seen very often. It features a man on a plane that is about to crash. He calls a young woman just before it hits the ground. It proved to be too upsetting for viewers, and a new version was made later that shows McKnight on stage singing in a fuzzy blue sweater.

7.33/103 ratings

Babyface Stevie Wonder 1997

The music video for this song, directed by F. Gary Gray, shows several people in the same building ignoring the shouts and screams and multiple fights between a married couple, ending with a twist, indicating that the woman killed her abusive husband, ending with her being arrested.

6.5/102 ratings

Adele 2015

Hello features Adele performing the song in a small house and outside in a wooded forest, interspersed with scenes of her recently as a broken-up woman recalling a younger version of herself with actor Tristan Wilds.

8.5/106 ratings

Mark Ronson Bruno Mars 2014

The video for Uptown Funk features Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson, and The Hooligans singing and dancing through the streets while wearing vintage clothes. They ooze cool and fun, getting perms and shoe shines.

7.57/107 ratings

Pharrell Williams 2013

Happy was created as a "24-hour music video," which consisted of countless smaller videos showing people dancing to the song around Los Angeles. It was edited down to a shorter four-minute video. Pharrell and his trademark Vivienne Westwood hat appears, as do Magic Johnson, Jamie Foxx, Kelly Osbourne, and other celebrities.

7.6/105 ratings