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GRAMMY BEST MUSIC VIDEO NOMINEES

The Grammy Awards are the most prestigious in the music business. The Grammy for Best Music Video is an honor presented in various forms since 1984.

7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
8.17/106 ratings
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.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
Director David Meyers give Anderson .Paak's protest song an artistic treatment in a video that evokes the work of Agnes Varda, Barry Jenkins, Sinead O'Connor, Prince, and D'Angelo. The video touches on racism and police violence as well as economic injustice and the impact of COVID-19.
7.25/104 ratings
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
7.57/107 ratings
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.
4.33/103 ratings
2019
The dog-loving video for The Chemical Brothers' We've Got to Try features a stray who is adopted. His human mom cares for him and trains him. Thanks to scientific advances, the dog learns to drive a car and then a rocketship. He sets out to colonize the solar system, creating a life beyond his human masters.
5.5/102 ratings
2019
The video for the bluesy song shows a young Black boy living in the rural south. Images throughout the video hint at racism. A broken rope hangs from a tree, and Gary Clark Jr. himself performs in a plantation-style home.
5.5/102 ratings
2019
In a statement accompanying the release of the "Cellophane," Barnett revealed that she expressly learned to pole dance over a year before the music video was shot to realize her vision for it. It depicts Twigs pole dancing in front of an unseen audience, climbing the pole to meet a large flying insect which wears her face, falling into an "underworld," and then being covered in clay by two female creatures
5.67/103 ratings
2019
The entire song takes place as a phone conversation. Tove Lo pours her heart out to her friend while walking through the city, desert, mountains, and a ship. She eventually finds herself in prison, still talking. She talks still during her daring jailbreak.
6/103 ratings
2019
Throughout the video for Adore You, Harry Styles' anguish is eased by the fish, as he cares for it and carries it as a companion around the town. Throughout the video, the fish rapidly grows larger and has to be placed from small kettles to transparent backpacks and eventually in a big tank, supported on wagon wheels
7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
8.17/106 ratings
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.
7.8/105 ratings
2020
Director David Meyers give Anderson .Paak's protest song an artistic treatment in a video that evokes the work of Agnes Varda, Barry Jenkins, Sinead O'Connor, Prince, and D'Angelo. The video touches on racism and police violence as well as economic injustice and the impact of COVID-19.
7.25/104 ratings
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
7.57/107 ratings
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.
4.33/103 ratings
2019
The dog-loving video for The Chemical Brothers' We've Got to Try features a stray who is adopted. His human mom cares for him and trains him. Thanks to scientific advances, the dog learns to drive a car and then a rocketship. He sets out to colonize the solar system, creating a life beyond his human masters.
5.5/102 ratings
2019
The video for the bluesy song shows a young Black boy living in the rural south. Images throughout the video hint at racism. A broken rope hangs from a tree, and Gary Clark Jr. himself performs in a plantation-style home.
5.5/102 ratings
2019
In a statement accompanying the release of the "Cellophane," Barnett revealed that she expressly learned to pole dance over a year before the music video was shot to realize her vision for it. It depicts Twigs pole dancing in front of an unseen audience, climbing the pole to meet a large flying insect which wears her face, falling into an "underworld," and then being covered in clay by two female creatures
5.67/103 ratings
2019
The entire song takes place as a phone conversation. Tove Lo pours her heart out to her friend while walking through the city, desert, mountains, and a ship. She eventually finds herself in prison, still talking. She talks still during her daring jailbreak.
6/103 ratings
2019
Throughout the video for Adore You, Harry Styles' anguish is eased by the fish, as he cares for it and carries it as a companion around the town. Throughout the video, the fish rapidly grows larger and has to be placed from small kettles to transparent backpacks and eventually in a big tank, supported on wagon wheels

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