When ranking the best music videos of 2020, we're looking for sick visuals, creativity, or funny celebrity cameos. Featuring recent pop music, rap hits, and more, this list of the latest music videos includes music videos from some of the most popular artists right now, like Halsey, Drake, and Selena Gomez. What is your favorite music video of 2020?
Vote up all the good 2020 music videos, and try to not vote based on the songs.
Selena Gomez - 'Rare'
Release date: January 10, 2020
On January 10, Selena Gomez was the first major pop artist of the decade to put out a full-length album. Alongside the release of Rare, Gomez unveiled the music video for its title track. Directed by BRTHR, the clip shows the pop star singing and dancing in a variety of colorful settings that, at times, have a mystical fairytale quality. "Rare" was the third music video to be released off of Gomez's third LP, following videos for the album's 2019 singles "Look at Her Now" and "Lose You to Love Me."12776Worth a replay?
Dua Lipa - 'Physical'
Released: January 31, 2020
Dua Lipa's "Physical" music video, directed by CANADA, is fun enough to watch on its own, as its star dances around a richly multicolor set, occasionally slipping into an animated world. But the concept is made even cooler by the fact that Dua Lipa released a companion video alongside this one, titled "Let's Get Physical Work Out Video." It further channels the inspiration this track clearly takes from the jazzercise craze of the 80s, as the singer and her entourage don unitards and leg warmers to get physical to "Get Physical."7833Worth a replay?
The Weeknd - 'Blinding Lights'
Release date: January 21, 2020
The Weeknd's characteristic aesthetic combo of ultraviolence and fast cars continues with his Anton Tammi-directed music video for "Blinding Lights." This video appears to pick up right from where the one for his last single "Heartless," left off, and features a trippy joyride through a combination of Fremont Street, Las Vegas and Downtown Los Angeles (the video was shot in both locations). The whole affair carries a very Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas vibe.8240Worth a replay?
Halsey - 'You should be sad'
Release date: January 9, 2020
Released a week ahead of Manic, "You Should Be Sad" is the fifth song from Halsey's third album to receive an official music video. Directed by Colin Tilley, the clip is packed with references ranging from American Horror Story, to renowned music videos from other female stars. Perhaps most notably, Halsey pays homage to Shania Twain's "That Don't Impress Me Much," via her tantalizing leopard print ensemble.
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