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I 100 migliori video musicali del Decennio: vince Formation di Beyoncé

Ecco la lista dei 100 video musicali più belli di questo decennio secondo Billboard. Podio tutto al femminile, con Beyoncé, MIA e Rihanna

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Secondo Billboard é Formation di Beyoncé il miglior video della decade!

Podio tutto al femminile nella lista stilata da Billboard che deifinsce i migliori video musicali di questa decade. Le ragaze sono riuscite a fare meglio degli uomini in questo decennio.

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Decretato miglior video, “Formation” di Beyoncé, seguito a sorpresa (ma per noi per giusta causa) da Bad Girls di M.I.A., ed al terzo posto da Rihanna con Calvin Harris in We Found Love.

Nella top 10 troviamo ancora Beyoncé con il suo duetto insieme a Lady Gaga in Telephone, dove appariva come Guest Artist, ed anche questo é senza dubbio uno dei capolavori video Pop della storia.

Presenti anche delle sorprese, Ciara per esempio con la bellissima Body Party, o Nicki Minaj con Stupid Hoe, ed ancora Dua Lipa con New Rules (meritatissima).

Ecco qua i migliori video musicali del decennio secondo Billboard

100. Beastie Boys, “Make Some Noise” (dir. Adam Yauch, 2011)

99. Kiesza, “Hideaway” (dir. Blayre Ellestad, 2014)

98. Chance the Rapper, “Same Drugs” (dir. Jake Schreier, 2016)

97. Adele, “Hello” (dir. Xavier Dolan, 2015)

96. Tim McGraw, “Humble and Kind” (dir. Wes Edwards, 2016)

95. Nicky Jam and J Balvin, “X” (dir. Jessy Terrero, 2018)

94. Fidlar, “40 Oz on Repeat” (dir. Ryan Baxley, 2015)

93. Ed Sheeran, “Castle on the Hill” (dir. George Belfield, 2017)

92. Brothers Osborne, “It Ain’t My Fault” (dir. Wes Edwards and Ryan Silver, 2017)

91. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk!” (dir. Bruno Mars and Cameron Duddy, 2014)

90. Marina and the Diamonds, “How to Be a Heartbreaker” (dir. Marc & Ish, 2012)

89. Megan Thee Stallion, “Big Ole Freak” (dir. Munachi Osegbu, 2019)

88. Alex G, “Gretel” (dir. Zev Magasis, 2019)

87. Todd Terje, “Delorean Dynamite” (dir. Espen Friberg, 2014)

86. Bad Bunny, “Caro” (dir. Bad Bunny & Fernando Lugo, 2019)

85. Fiona Apple, “Every Single Night” (dir. Joseph Cahill, 2012)

84. Jonas Brothers, “Sucker” (dir. Anthony Mandler, 2019)

83. Beyoncé, “Countdown” (dir. Adria Petty, 2011)

82. Frank Ocean, “Pyramids” (dir. Nabil Elderkin, 2012)

81. Grimes, “Kill v. Maim” (dir. Claire Boucher & Mac Boucher, 2016)

80. Danny Brown, “Grown Up” (dir. Greg Brunkalla, 2012)

79. Scissor Sisters, “Let’s Have a Kiki” (dir. Vern Moen, 2012)

78. Solange feat. Sampha, “Don’t Touch My Hair” (dir. Solang & Alan Ferguson, 2016)

77. Avicii, “Silhouettes” (dir. David Dworsky, Niklas Johansson, & Victor Kökhler, 2012)

76. Jenny Hval, “Conceptual Romance” (dir. Zia Anger, 2016)

75. Lizzo, “Juice” (dir. Quinn Wilson, 2019)

74. Residente feat. Soko, “Descencuentro” (dir. Residente, 2017)

73. Cardi B, J Balvin & Bad Bunny, “I Like It” (dir. Elf Rivera, 2018)

72. Janelle Monae feat. Grimes, “Pynk” (dir. Emma Westenberg, 2018)

71. Pup, “DVP” (dir. Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux, 2016)

70. Charli XCX, “Boys” (dir. Charli XCX & Sarah McCoglan, 2017)

69. BTS, “Blood, Sweat and Tears” (dir. Choi Yongseek and Ko Yoojeong, 2016)

68. Kendrick Lamar, “i” (dir. Alexander Moors, 2014)

67. David Bowie, “Lazarus” (dir. Johan Renck, 2016)

66. Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B, “Finesse” (Remix) (dir. Bruno Mars & Florent Dechard, 2018)

65. SOPHIE, “It’s Okay to Cry” (dir. SOPHIE, 2017)

64. Skrillex, “First of the Year (Equinox)” (dir. Tony Truand, 2011)

63. Kvelertak, “1985” (dir. Fredrik S. Hana, 2014)

62. ANOHNI, “Drone Bomb Me” (dir. Nabil Elderkin, 2016)

61. A$AP Rocky, “Peso” (dir. Abteen Bagheri, 2011)

60. Mitski, “Your Best American Girl (dir. Zia Anger, 2016)

59. The Carters, “Apeshit” (dir. Ricky Saiz, 2018)

58. Ozuna, “Se Preparo” (dir. Nuno Gomes, 2017)

57. Troye Sivan, “My My My!” (dir. Grant Singer, 2018)

56. Nicki Minaj, “Stupid Hoe” (dir. Hype Williams, 2012)

55. Young Thug, “Wyclef Jean” (dir. Ryak Staake & Young Thug, 2017)

54. Best Coast, “Our Deal” (dir. Drew Barrymore, 2011)

53. Halsey, “Nightmare” (dir. Hannah Lux Davis, 2019)

52. Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar, “Never Catch Me” (dir. Hiro Murai, 2014)

51. Jay-Z, “The Story of O.J.” (dir. Jay-Z & Mark Romanek, 2017)

50. Juice WRLD, “Lucid Dreams” (dir. Cole Bennett, 2018)

49. Rosalía, “Malamente (Cap. 1: Augurio)” (dir. Canada, 2018)

48. Oneohtrixpointnever, “Boring Angel” (dir. John Michael Boling, 2016)

47. Beyoncé, “7/11” (dir. Beyoncé & Todd Taruso, 2014)

46. Bigbang, “Fantastic Baby” (dir. Seo Hyun-seung, 2012)

45. DJ Snake & Lil Jon, “Turn Down For What” (dir. Daniels, 2013)

44. fka Twigs, “Papi Pacify” (dir. Tom Beard & FKA twigs, 2013)

43. Rebecca Black, “Friday” (dir. Patrice Wilson & Clarence Jay, 2011)

42. Adele, “Rolling in the Deep” (dir. Sam Brown, 2010)

41. Dua Lipa, “New Rules” (dir. Henry Scholfield, 2017)

40. Gotye feat. Kimbra, “Somebody That I Used to Know” (dir. Natasha Pincus, 2011)

39. Justin Bieber, “Sorry” (dir. Parris Goebel, 2015)

38. Toby Keith, “Red Solo Cup” (dir. Michael Salomon, 2011)

37. Drake, “Hotline Bling” (dir. Director X, 2015)

36. Kesha, “Blow” (dir. Chris Marrs Piliero, 2011)

35. Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future & James Blake, “King’s Dead” (dir. Dave Free & Jack Begert, 2018)

34. Carlos Vives, “La Tierra del Olvido” (dir. Carlos Vives, 2015)

33. Kanye West feat. Pusha T, “Runaway” (dir. Kanye West, 2010)

32. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe” (dir. Ben Knecktel, 2012)

31. Azealia Banks, “212” (dir. Vincent Tsang, 2011)

30. Orange Caramel, “My Copycat” (dir. Digipedi, 2014)

29. Perfume Genius, “Queen” (dir. Cody Critcheloe, 2014)

28. Bobby Shmurda, “Hot N—a” (dir. MainE FeTTi, 2014)

27. Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop” (dir. Diane Martel, 2013)

26. Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX, “Fancy” (dir. Director X, 2014)

25. Robyn, “Call Your Girlfriend” (dir. Max Vitali, 2011)

24. Ciara, “Body Party” (dir. Director X, 2013)

23. DaBaby, “BOP” (dir. Reel Goats, 2019)

22. Taylor Swift, “Blank Space” (dir. Joseph Kahn, 2014)

21. Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg, “California Gurls” (dir. Matthew Cullen, 2010)

20. Billie Eilish, “Bad Guy” (dir. Dave Meyers, 2019)

19. Ariana Grande, “Thank U, Next” (dir. Hannah Lux Davis, 2018)

18. Travis Scott, “Sicko Mode” (dir. Dave Meyers & Travis Scott, 2018)

17. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee, “Despacito” (dir. Carlos Peréz, 2017)

16. Drake, “Nice For What” (dir. Karena Evans, 2018)

15. Tierra Whack, “Whack World” (dir. Thibaut Duverneix and Mathieu Leger, 2018)

14. Childish Gambino, “This Is America” (dir. Hiro Murai, 2018)

13. Nicki Minaj, “Anaconda” (dir. Colin Tilley, 2014)

12. Tyler, the Creator, “Yonkers” (dir. Wolf Haley, 2011)

11. Lana Del Rey, “National Anthem” (dir. Anthony Mandler, 2012)

10. Sia, “Chandelier” (dir. Sia & Daniel Askill)

9. 21 Savage feat .J. Cole, “A Lot” (dir. Aisultan Seitov, 2019)

8. Kendrick Lamar, “King Kunta” (dir. Director X, 2015)

7. Psy, “Gangnam Style” (dir. Cho Soo-Hyun, 2012)

6. Drake, “HYFR (Hell Ya F–king Rich)” (dir. Director X, 2012)

5. Lady Gaga feat. Beyoncé, “Telephone” (dir. Jonas Akerlund, 2010)

4. Kanye West & Jay-Z feat. Otis Redding, “Otis” (dir. Spike Jonze, 2011)

3. Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris, “We Found Love” (dir. Melina Matsoukas, 2011)

2. M.I.A., “Bad Girls” (dir. Romain Gavras, 2012)

1. Beyoncé, “Formation” (dir. Melina Matsoukas, 2016)

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