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Show some love to the most cinematic, creative and unique music videos of 2013. Featuring Pharrell, Disclosure and Breach.
DJ Fresh, Diplo and Dominique Young Unique turn superhero when a giant green monster appears in New York. Did we mention there's slime involved?
The video shows a young couple travelling across different destinations in Europe... And where do they end up? A Disclosure gig, of course. While they make a cameo, Eliza doesn't appear in the video.
No one quite put as much effort in as Pharrell did when it came to music videos in 2013. He released a special 24 hour video for 'Happy' The ambitious video was shot on an eight-mile stretch of LA over 11 days. Impressive!
Watch Donald Glover go round and round on a ferris wheel. It might seem soothing, but there's an emotional ending.
Afrobeats pioneer Fuse ODG was joined by Sean Paul and some ladies who know how to move for the vibrant 'Million Pound Girl' video.
It may have only premiered this week but Tinie and Labrinth in a Spanish bullring with car-chasing women circling them makes our cut.
This new video sees Bey and some backing dancers create some artistic moves, before she's joined by Drake to create some cool illusions captured in the still.
In East London boy Dizzee's latest video it appears he's about to stir up some trouble with his crew, but keep watching, the group are in fact do their bit for the community.
JT's beautifully shot black and white 'Suit and Tie' video was old-school, stylish and every bit as classy as you'd imagine. Who doesn't love watching some retro showgirls?
Forget music video, 'Hold On' is more like a hollywood blockbuster 'James Bond' style. It's Drake to the rescue when his women is kidnapped and his friend betrays them both.
Shot at the Tiger Temple (a Buddhist temple) in western Thailand, 'Right Here' is an action-packed video with a story to tell.
Shot entirely in a bath, Rihanna's 'Stay' video was stripped-back, sultry and sad - fitting to the emotion song it accompanied.
The seven-minute cinematic video was shot on a Native American settlement in Montana, USA, it showcases a person's hard times as it touches on crime, drug addiction and loss.
'Bezerk' feels old-school, typical Slim Shady, put that together with cameos from Kendrick Lamar and Kid Rock and a bezerk man with a beard, it's on the list.
Set in the 1920s, Storm Queen's playful remix video shows a guy get out of bed, get on his lion head and hit the town for a good night out It's silly, fun and it works.
With all four featured rappers - Q-Tip, Kanye, Lil' Wayne and Busta himself - making appearances, plus even more cameos, we can't keep our eyes off this one.
It's nice to throw a bit of fun into the mix, so we couldn't resist including Beyonce's new video for 'XO.' Shot on Coney Island and featuring an array of supermodels. it's one we wish we could jump into.
This simple but well-made video shows the several stages of today's clubber. It's not easy to keep our attention for three and a half minutes with nothing but a black screen and some dancers, so a job well done.
We don't see any eating or sleeping in this video, only raving and repeating. The video documents hard times people are going through before they hit the club.
Watch a security guard enjoy of the best tunes of the summer as he makes his way around a selection of disused warehouses in New York.