Here are the most beautiful music videos ever, the best most interesting video clips of all time present on Youtube. Short films that remain in the heart, which convey a message that strikes you. The videos that have used the strangest and most innovative techniques, small authentic masterpieces.

To get to this selection of the most beautiful music videos ever was not easy at all. We combed through dozens of charts and watched dozens of music videos in order to select the best ones. The result is what we propose: a list of 20 music videos listed in alphabetical order.

 The best music videos of all time

A-ha – Take On Me (1984)

The song – Take On Me is the first song by the Norwegian band a-ha, released on the 1984 single of the same name, later remastered and marketed between 1985 and 1986. The song anticipates the album Hunting High and Low (1985).

The video – One of the most famous and award-winning music videos, in third place in the ranking of the most important music videos in history after Thriller and Sledgehammer, was initially broadcast by a local Boston station and later by MTV: the innovation lies in the style rotoscopic-like images that mix people from the real world and the world of animation.

Bjork – All is full of love (1999)

The song – All Is Full of Love is a song by Bjork from 1999 and is the fifth and final single from the album Homogenic.

The video – Among the music videos we have chosen this one directed by Chris Cunningham and shows two robots, both females, in intimacy. It is a permanent installation at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and is considered a standard of computer animation. The video received numerous awards (MTV Video Music Awards and Grammy Award nominations). The video is edited upside down, as can be seen from the water flowing against the force of gravity. This resulted in difficulties in understanding the meaning of the video.

Bjork – Stonemilker (2015)

The song – Stonemilker is a promotional single from Icelandic singer-songwriter Bjork’s album Vulnicura. The song has been played on radio stations since January 27, 2015[1]. The track was entirely written, composed and produced by Bjork.

The video – Stonemilker’s music video, directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, was initially presented during the Bjork exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, in March 2015[4], and was subsequently published on the YouTube channel of the singer, on 6 June 2015 [5]. The video clip was filmed in Iceland and shows the artist singing on the seashore in a barren and gloomy landscape. The particularity of this video lies in its interactivity: by pressing on the screen, during the execution of the video, it is possible to rotate the camera to one’s liking, thus offering a 360° view of the scenario. As the song progresses, the figure of the singer doubles several times, and the various Bjorks arrange themselves around the observer, until they surround him.

Blur – Coffee and tv (1999)

The song – Coffee and TV is a single by the English band Blur, released in 1999 by EMI. The song appears on the album 13.

The video – The video clip of the song is directed by Garth Jennings and tells the story of a milk container that goes in search of the group’s guitarist, Graham Coxon, who has apparently disappeared from home.

Cyndi Lauper – True Colors (1986)

The song – True Colors is a single by American pop singer Cyndi Lauper, released on July 25, 1986 by the record label Epic.

The video – The music video was made by Patricia Birch.

Coldplay – The Scientist (2002)

The song – The Scientist is a single by the British band Coldplay, the second single from their second studio album A Rush of Blood to the Head and released on November 4, 2002.

The video – The video clip was shot completely backwards, Martin in fact, for filming, had to learn to sing the song backwards, and it took him about a month. Chris is with his alleged girlfriend (played by actress Elaine Cassidy) in the car; when an accident occurs and the girl dies.

Daft Punk – Around the world (1997)

The song – Around the World is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, taken from the group’s debut album Homework. The piece became a huge hit all over the world. The lyrics of the song are completely built on the obsessive repetition of the title phrase.

The video – The Around the World video, shot by Michel Gondry, features robots walking in circles on a platform (representing a vinyl), “tall athletes” walking up and down some stairs, women dressed as synchronized swimmers going up and down other stairs, skeletons dancing in the center of the “disco,” and mummies dancing to the rhythm of the song’s drums. It is a visual representation of the song, choreographed by Blanca Li: each element of the video represents a different instrument. According to Gondry’s liner notes, the robots represent the vocals (the robotic voice) of the track; athletes symbolize bass; the “disco girls” the keyboard; the skeletons the guitars and the mummies the drum machine.

Fatboy Slim – Weapon of Choice (2001)

The song – Weapon of Choice is a song by Fatboy Slim released in 2001 as a single together with Star 69 and contained in the album Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars.

The video – To promote the single, the video clip directed by Spike Jonze and interpreted by the actor Christopher Walken was released on March 12, 2001. the Los Angeles Marriott. The choreography was conceived by the actor and the director themselves with the collaboration of Michael Rooney. The special effects were instead entrusted to Ben Gibbs and Jeff Kim. Among many music videos, this one received a Grammy Award and was awarded the win in six categories at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.

Gnarls Barkley Crazy (2006)

The song – Crazy is the first single of the group Gnarls Barkley, a musical collaboration between Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo, and is taken from their first album St. Elsewhere released in 2006. It achieved widespread success practically all over Europe, America and Oceania during 2006.

The video – One of the coolest music videos we’ve found. The video in question is produced for “Crazy” is created with the style of the Rorschach test, to stay in theme with the topic of “madness”. Blobs of colored ink morph from one shape to another sometimes forming both Cee-Lo’s and Danger Mouse’s faces, along with the group’s logo and other insect and animal figures.

Guns N’ Roses – November Rain (1992)

The song – November Rain is a single by the American band Guns N’ Roses, the third single from their third studio album Use Your Illusion I and released in 1992.

The video – The video clip, directed by Andy Morahan, shows Rose marrying his girlfriend at the time, Stephanie Seymour, a symbol of their intense and troubled relationship, which will end in a few months, while in the video it will end with her early death . The production designs for the sequences of Slash playing in the desert were done on the set of the film Silverado in New Mexico. The live concert scenes, where Slash traditionally takes the piano, were filmed partly at the Orpheum in Los Angeles, partly at a concert by the group at Carnegie Hall in New York. The video reached the ninth place among the most expensive in the history of music, about 1.5 million dollars and was awarded at the MTV Video Music Awards for the best cinematography.

Gwen Stefani – What do you waiting for? (2004)

The song – What You Waiting For? is a song by American singer Gwen Stefani. It is the first single taken from the singer’s debut album as a soloist Love. Angel. Music. Baby.

The video – What You Waiting For? was directed by Francis Lawrence and produced by Caleb Dewart of DNA Inc. The video begins with the singer at the piano, waiting for inspiration to write a song, but it seems not to arrive. Then… The video won the 2004 MTV award for best video of the year.

Lady Gaga – Telephone ft. Beyonce (2010)

The song – Telephone is a piece of music by the American singer-songwriter Lady Gaga, sung in tandem with Beyonce and extracted as the second single from the EP The Fame Monster.

Video– Filming began on January 28, 2010 and was done by director Jonas Akerlund who had previously worked with Lady Gaga on the Paparazzi video. Initially scheduled for February 2010, the release of the video clip was postponed to March 11, with an absolute preview at 11.30 pm on the E! channel. News. The video, lasting 9:34 minutes, is the sequel to Paparazzi. On February 5, 2010 Lady Gaga was interviewed by Ryan Seacrest on the KIIS-FM program and said: «The beauty is that a real pop moment and when I was younger I used to go crazy as soon as they put on a great show in pop music, and it’s the same thing that I wanted to create.” Wiked Pictures contract girls Jessica Drake and Alektra Blue also appear in the music video.