Yet Another Top 10 Controversial Music Videos

English CC by Charles Baluyot ♫ My anaconda don’t, my anaconda don’t ♫ These aren’t your grandma’s music videos. (Some of the scenes, may have nudity, profanity, execution, racial slurs, and weird noises viewer discretion is advised.) Welcome to, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for
‘Yet Another Top 10 Controversial Music Videos’. ♫ I came like a wrecking ball ♫ For this list, we’re counting down a new set music videos, that cut negative flack, whether it was when they were released, or years after. ♫ (moans) Me so horny (moans) ♫ If you haven’t seen them yet, be sure to check out, our ‘Top10 Controversial Music Videos’ list, if your favorite doesn’t show on this one. ♫ Happiness in slavery ♫ ♫ I’m a hustler, baby ♫ ♫ Yeah, I’m a hustler, baby ♫ You’ve heard of the VHS films? Well here’s a grainy-looking video from a British electronic duo, that push the envelope not with horror… …but with a human touch. ♫ It’s eight o’clock ♫ ♫ And I’ve got nothing to do ♫ ♫ Can’t go to the club ♫ As bunch of smiley ladies playing telephone, in a flowing continuous pen shot… But the narrative takes on a sexual tone,
once the whispers turns to wet smooches. Some of the girls appear to be
experiencing their first real kiss. Not that there’s anything wrong with
that… But you can imagine how just a decade prior, “Hustler” might have had everybody’s knickers in a bunch… Just a little kissing, yet still highly controversial. ♫ My anaconda don’t, my anaconda don’t ♫ ♫ Boy toy named Troy used to live in Detroit ♫ ♫ Big dope dealer money, he was getting some coins ♫ Let’s get straight to the point… While this hip-hop anthem is built around
the male genitalia, the tracks music video displays
Nikki’s rather ample rump shaker, while detailing her sexual exploits to
the sounds of ‘Sir Mix-A-Lot’ iconic 1992 hit… …’Baby Got Back’. The lyrics of ‘Anaconda’ alone raised some concern for parents, as the rap diva, chronicles how her birth canal
once put a man named ‘Mike’ to sleep. If one looks closely with a very keen eye, one may come to the conclusion that this
video is all about ‘that ass’. Which has surely never put anyone to sleep. There comes a time when every
successful musician starts to believe… they’re difficult lifestyle mirrors that of
Jesus Christ. In 1999, ‘Nas’ enlisted the one and only ‘Puff Daddy’ for help, because well the 90’s required it. ♫ But you still wanna hate, be my guest, I suggest ♫ Together the mobile’s created the video
epic of the ‘TRL’ era, a religious video production
featuring massive amounts of bling. But oddly enough, did he later had cold feet
and didn’t necessarily want the world to see him, crucified for the sake of selling
someone else’s single. He won that battle, and the video rose again with ‘Nas’ bearing
the weight of the world on his millionaire shoulders. ♫ We crawled, we chained our hearts in vain ♫ ♫ We jumped, never asking why ♫ Inspired by ‘Sinea’d O’Connor’s Nothing
Compares To You’, and directed by Terry Richardson, a modern connoisseur of the female nude, this music video ultimately won
top prize at the ‘MTV Video Music Awards’. ♫ I came like a wrecking ball ♫ ♫ I never hit so hard in love ♫ Large in part to the creative
metaphorical imagery, oh, and also probably because of Miley’s
lack of clothing. ♫ I just close my eyes and swung ♫ We all remember that pivotal moment in
life when there’s nothing left to do but straddle a wrecking ball and contemplate
life’s anxieties. As for tasting said “Wrecking Ball” while
touching oneself? Well we don’t quite get it either. ♫ All you ever did was wreck me ♫ And don’t get us started on the video
she’s released since… For their debut album, ‘Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret’, ‘Soft-Cell’ recognize a major void in the
landscape of music videos, chainsaw violins and sex dwarves. If we couldn’t see it,
we wouldn’t believe it either… There’s actually a lot going on here, but don’t be distracted by the pieces of actual meat, or the nude clowns or you won’t be
able to enjoy the super excited sex dwarf to the fullest. He’s just not fazed by surroundings at all. Directed by Tim Pope, this production has
never been officially released and for good reason. ♫ Min’na saikō arigatō ♫ ♫ K-k-kawaii ♫ ♫ Mom’s not home tonight, so we can roll around have pillow fight ♫ Oh my God, don’t you just like love
Japanese people? And took miss Levine second ex-husband Nickelback-er Chad Kroeger, and two entire other people to slap together this
mishmash of Kwazii racist cultural appropriation. ♫ Hello Kitty, you’re so silly ♫ ♫ Wake up, got a secret
Pinky swear that you’re gonna keep it ♫ ♫ I’ve got something you need to see ♫ While many have criticized the racial undertones
of ‘Hello Kitty’ and the overt awfulness of it all… The most disturbing aspect certainly has
to be that Avril Lavigne actually committed to the concept of a Japanese centric music video, complete with sushi and lazy clichés. All the more shocking is the fact that
this was actually made an actual Japan, with actual Japanese people who
hopefully at least found their money on the nightstand. Not quite a slow jam and certainly not a
representation of peace on earth, this music video response from the debut
album of the Parisian electronic duo known as, ‘Justice’. Featuring a band of outsiders in the
process of wreaking havoc, ‘Stress’, reflects a real-time reality for many
and reminds of the terror that would later engulfed the city. And while Paris isn’t the only city that
experience as this chaos depicted, the ‘Romain Gavras’ production raised a few
eyebrows as to the modern state of affairs for for Parisian use, which is
perhaps why many Europeans banded. Brace yourself, because you are about to get Björk-ed. For this sexualized video, director Nick Knight and Björk came up with
the concept, of a female preparing for her lover, followed by the director hanging over a camera
and essentially telling the artist to get wild. And well, the Icelandic artist didn’t
disappoint, let’s say this, some musicians bring the
noise and the funk… However, Björk ultimately brought a parent
satisfaction to her mate, albeit in the Björk-like artistic way. And sure you may see Björk’s nipples, but you’re also seeing a heightened
display of “Pagan Poetry”. Often album titled, ‘Rabies’ and featuring
the voice of Charles Manson, ‘Warlock’ was bound to be controversial. Mix in a video loaded with blood, murder,
and other horror film mainstays, and controversy is guaranteed. No stranger to making a statement, the Canadian group ‘Skinny Puppy’ had experienced
some backlash after slaughtering a stuffed animal on stage, which, some mistakenly identified, as an actual dog. And Warlock’s seems to represent the band
saying ‘redrum’ out of pure frustration. If you’re looking for headlines this
kind of production will do the trick. It may seem tame now, but Warlock had
viewers wetting themselves in 1989. Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions. ♫ If you can’t hear what I’m trying to say ♫ ♫ If you can’t read from the same page ♫ In today’s world of acceptance and understanding, it was a brave soul named, ‘Robin Thicke’
who brought us all together to celebrate… …sexual innuendo and the female anatomy. ♫ Take a good girl ♫ ♫ I know you want it
I know you want it ♫ Case in piont, take a look at model ‘Emily Ratajkowski’, and you may notice her distinct lack
of blurred lines on her unique birthday suit. Sure the song resulted in a massive
copyright lawsuit, but the video did allow Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell Williams to share a special important message with the world. ♫ Do it like it hurt, like it hurt ♫ ♫ What you don’t like work ♫ Robin Thicke has a big, ugh… …never mind. ♫ The way you grab me ♫ ♫ Must wanna get nasty ♫ ♫ Go ahead, get at me ♫ So, do you agree with our selections? What music video do you think is the
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