Maroon 5 Cardi B 2018

The video follows Adam Levine, alone with a microphone in the center of a room, with the band playing instruments in the background, then a rotating assortment of women dancing and lip-syncing around him. Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, Tiffany Haddish, Ilhan Omar, and Jennifer Lopez are among the women who make cameos.

7/105 ratings

Kelly Clarkson 2011

The video begins with Clarkson in a video control room, watching select flash mob videos submitted by various participants in different monitors. Throughout the video, Clarkson's scenes performing the song in three different settings (alone on a stage, with her band in a garden square, and in the control room) alternate with various flash mob videos. Towards the end of the video, Clarkson, along with the people in the garden square, forms a flash mob featuring the same choreograph.

7.5/102 ratings

Christina Aguilera 1999

Genie in a Bottle begins with Aguilera lying on a beach, wearing a white midriff and tiny shorts. The video suddenly breaks into a dance scene. Aguilera's friends in the music video come over to her house, where they meet up with a group of guys driving a red Chevrolet. The music video ends with a guy chasing after Aguilera, and together they sit with a group of friends while a bonfire is lit.

8.67/106 ratings

Snoop Dogg 2007

The video features Snoop in retro eighties outfits holding a keytar while using a talkbox and includes direct homages to Prince's "When Doves Cry" video. It also features him in a retro seventies outfit dancing in a colored background.

6.33/103 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

Lizzo 2019

The music video for "Juice" was released the same day as the single. The video, directed by Quinn Wilson, features the singer in an '80s-style workout program, late-night talk show, and selling products on an infomercial. It also contains references to Soul Glo commercials and a reference to ASMR YouTuber Spirit Payton.

7.83/106 ratings

Shania Twain 1999

The video is a role-reversed version of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" and "Simply Irresistible" music videos. Twain starts the video dressed in a long coat and a veiled top hat, white dress shirt, black tie. But throughout the video, she strips off clothing until she is left wearing a black corset, mini skirt, thigh-high boots, a black choker, and black gloves.

5.8/105 ratings

"Weird Al" Yankovic 1996

Amish Paradise parodies "Gangsta's Paradise" music video with Yankovic dressed in Amish garb and has a beard and features Florence Henderson in the role originally portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer. The video shows many aspects of regular Amish life, such as raising a barn. It took Coolio more than a decade to warm up to the parody, which he initially loathed.

8/104 ratings

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

Aaliyah Timbaland 2001

The video opens with Aaliyah sitting in a dark room in a black dress and also appearing on a TV screen performing the first verse. For part of the video she wears on a glass bed. Later, she wears a snake around her neck in a pit, wearing snakeskin underwear. Aaliyah performs a dance routine with other dancers during Timbaland's verse, wearing a dragon T-shirt.

6/102 ratings