Top 10 Dance Music Videos (pg. 2)
#5. - Rock Your Body by Justin TimberlakeRock Your Body was originally produced by The Neptunes for Michael Jackson but after Jacko and The Neptunes fell out, the track was passed over to Justin Timberlake. So it's only fitting that Justin works his best Jackson-style moves in his disco-themed video. It will not only rock your body - it will blow your mind.
#4. - Hey Mama by Black Eyed PeasNot to be confuse with the Kanye West song of the same name, The Black Eyed Peas' Hey Mama has a beat that makes you move, mama. The video has such high-intensity dancing that you'll get a cardio workout just from just watching it.
#3. - Hit Me Baby One More Time by Britney SpearsThe music video for Hit Me Baby One More time launched Britney Spears onto the world stage. Shot at a real high school in California, the video features Brit in a racy school girl outfit. The choreographed dance moves, catchy tune and provocative outfits raised eyebrows - but also raised Britney's profile. The music video has been copied, parodied, and generally adored since it debuted in 1998.
#2. - Vogue by MadonnaWith Vogue, Madonna created more than a music video; she created a dance phenomenon. Madonna is well known for her killer videos but this is generally accepted to be her best. Filmed in black and white, the video featured an art-deco set and recreations of several celebrity photos by '30s photographer Horst P. Horst. The dancers posed hand movements were copied in clubs for years to come.
#1. - Thriller by Michael JacksonMichael Jackson's Thriller video is 14 minutes long and cost $800,000 to make (back in 1983 when no one spent that kind of money on music videos). Thriller was more of a mini-movie than a conventional music video. It features MJ as a werewolf and his backup dancers as zombie's - all decked out in '50s clothing. Mix all those elements up and sprinkle on MJ's wicked dance moves and you have the makings of a truly thrilling music video.