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Music videos from the United States have played a pivotal role in the global music industry, often setting trends in visual storytelling, fashion, and artistic expression. Here are some iconic music videos from the USA:

  1. Michael Jackson – “Thriller” (1983): Directed by John Landis, this legendary music video is known for its elaborate zombie dance sequence and horror-inspired storyline.
  2. Madonna – “Like a Prayer” (1989): Madonna’s controversial video combines religious imagery, racism, and sensuality in a narrative that sparked debates and discussions.
  3. Peter Gabriel – “Sledgehammer” (1986): A groundbreaking stop-motion animation video featuring innovative visual effects and quirky, surreal imagery.
  4. Beyoncé – “Formation” (2016): This video, directed by Melina Matsoukas, is a powerful exploration of black culture and identity, featuring striking visuals and choreography.
  5. Childish Gambino – “This Is America” (2018): Directed by Hiro Murai, this thought-provoking video uses symbolism and dance to address issues of violence and race in America.
  6. Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance” (2009): Known for its avant-garde fashion and elaborate sets, this video helped solidify Lady Gaga’s status as a pop icon.
  7. Nirvana – “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (1991): Directed by Samuel Bayer, this grunge anthem’s video became a defining moment of ’90s alternative rock, capturing the spirit of a generation.
  8. Missy Elliott – “Work It” (2002): Missy Elliott’s innovative and visually captivating videos have left a significant impact, with “Work It” being a prime example of her creativity.
  9. Janet Jackson – “Rhythm Nation” (1989): This video is known for its intricate choreography and socially conscious themes, solidifying Janet Jackson’s status as a pop and R&B icon.
  10. Eminem – “Stan” (2000): Directed by Dr. Dre, this video tells the story of an obsessed fan and features a dramatic narrative that complements the song’s lyrics.
  11. M.C. Hammer – “U Can’t Touch This” (1990): This iconic video helped propel the popularity of hip-hop and rap music into the mainstream, featuring Hammer’s signature dance moves.
  12. Kanye West – “Stronger” (2007): This video pays homage to the anime film “Akira” and blends hip-hop with futuristic visuals.
  13. Taylor Swift – “Bad Blood” (2015): Known for its star-studded cast and action movie-inspired visuals, this video showcases Swift’s transformation in the music industry.
  14. Sia – “Chandelier” (2014): Featuring the remarkable dancing of Maddie Ziegler, this video is known for its intense choreography and emotional performance.

These music videos are just a small selection from the vast catalog of iconic videos that have come out of the United States. They continue to influence and shape the music video industry and popular culture worldwide.