Katy Perry Juicy J 2014

Dark Horse is set in Ancient Egypt and features Perry as Katy Pätra, who is approached by multiple suitors attempting to win her heart, all of whom she turns into dust or otherwise eradicates. Perry dances on a stripper pole during Juicy J's verse.

7.8/105 ratings

Cardi B Megan Thee Stallion 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.

6.75/104 ratings

Future Drake 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.

8.17/106 ratings

BTS 2016

The music video opens with the seven BTS members exploring a museum filled with European Renaissance replications and weeping angels and switches to showing the band posing together. Throughout the visual, the band members are seen dancing in multiple sets or being confined by luxurious rooms with classic white sculptures kept in the dark places, tied up or trapped.

8/102 ratings

DJ Snake Lil Jon 2013

The hilariously bizarre video for Turn Down for What features a man breaking items with his genitals in a very-intentional metaphor for masculinity. The breast-jiggling, face-melting video demands repeat viewings.

6.5/104 ratings

Lil Nas X Billy Ray Cyrus 2019

Lil Nas X and Billy Cyrus star as outlaws who travel forward in time to 2019. In our time, people are initially shocked and puzzled by the cowboys, but the quickly fit in - with a horse beating a car in a race down Old Town Road.

7.57/107 ratings

Drake 2018

The music video for the song God's Plan features Drake donating money to various residents of Miami.

7/104 ratings

Beyoncé Jay-Z 2018

The six-minute video was shot at the Louvre. It features visual imagery suggesting comparisons and linkages between wealth, status, and royalty in the Renaissance-era artwork and the eventual evolution of these characteristics into the Carters. Statues and paintings such as Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, and The Coronation of Napoleon are featured throughout the video as the duo lip-sync the lyrics to the track.

7.71/107 ratings

Beyoncé 2016

Formation was shot in New Orleans, Louisiana, and features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum, and Louisiana Creole culture, along with police brutality and racism. Julie Dash's 1991 film Daughters of the Dust inspired the look and feel of the video, which was part of her groundbreaking visual album Lemonade.

8.71/107 ratings

Beyoncé 2015

7/11 features Beyoncé dancing at various locations such as a patio, a balcony, a hotel suite, a bathroom, and in front of a Christmas tree.

6.75/104 ratings