The internet has been awash in music videos for nearly a decade now.

But for a lot of us, the music video industry has been in a slump.

While it’s great to have some of the most popular songs out there, the industry’s growth has slowed considerably in recent years.

The result?

A glut of songs, from new hits to classics.

But there are a lot more great music videos than ever before, and we’re all hoping for something new.

So we decided to make this list of the best music videos ever made.

This list was made to highlight some of our favorite music videos, and it is by no means exhaustive.

It’s just a list of some of my favorite music video experiences.

And it’s only going to grow.

The best of them are from the last decade or so, so the quality is quite limited.

However, we do have some great content on YouTube, and these videos are available for viewing online.

So, let’s start with the best.

#1: “I Love You More” by Rihanna (2009) This was one of the biggest and most anticipated videos of the year, but the video is actually about three minutes long.

Rihanna’s song is a ballad about the struggles she goes through when she’s single, and the song’s a fantastic example of how to make music videos without relying on the typical commercial music videos.

The music is great and the music videos are awesome, and this one is the best video of the whole year.

Check it out: Rihanna and Jay-Z.

“I love you more” is the opening track on the single “I’m So Lonely” from Jay-Kwon’s upcoming album “T.I.M.”

Watch Rihanna perform the song on a dance floor with her family.

#2: “Run Like An Antelope” by Madonna (2009)* The best dance video of 2009 is Madonna’s “Run” video, which is the most danceable video in the world.

The video is also a perfect example of a song about overcoming adversity.

The track is about two sisters who have to deal with a family tragedy and a family that’s always been there for them.

Watch Madonna and Jay Z perform the track live.

#3: “Lucky” by The Beatles (1969) This video of John Lennon and Yoko Ono was one the first of their hits, and has been re-released numerous times since.

The song is about a young man who comes across a gold-colored coin with a picture of a goldfish.

The goldfish’s owner tries to help him and get him a gold watch, but he doesn’t want one.

John Lennon then comes across the coin and gives it to him.

Watch Lennon and Ono perform the clip live.

*This video is a re-release of a 1976 live video that featured the Beatles and Queen Elizabeth II.

The original video can be found here.

#4: “Suit & Tie” by Michael Jackson (1980) Michael Jackson is a legend, but even he was not as prolific as he is today.

In fact, his music videos have never topped 100 million views in the United States.

The only music video to ever top 100 million viewers in the U.S. is “The Power of Love,” which was released in 1997.

Watch Jackson and his dancers in this dance-off.

#5: “The Last Time” by Eminem (2010) This one’s an absolute must-see.

The film “The Bigger Picture” is about an ambitious young man and his father who are desperate to buy a movie theater in a small town in South Dakota.

The father is so desperate that he spends a fortune on a video camera.

The big picture is the last movie shot by the family in the theaters, and as the family goes to meet the film’s director, he is unable to get the film to play.

As the family’s efforts to buy the theater fail, the director finds a way to keep it open, but is eventually unable to keep the theater open.

This is the music for the final scene of the film.

Watch Eminem perform the video live.

#6: “All That You Got” by Nicki Minaj (2010)* Minaj has always had a knack for making great music video videos, but she’s also proven herself to be one of hip-hop’s best singers.

Her video for “All that you got” is one of her best and most popular videos.

Watch Minaj perform the hook on the song “Gangnam Style.”

#7: “Belly Up” by Drake (2013) Drake’s “One Dance” video is one the most watched music videos of all time, and is the second-most popular video on YouTube.

Drake has made a name for himself as a dancehall star in the last year and a half, and he’s been making a name with his music video