15 best music videos of 2021

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The right music video can easily elevate an already great song. Whether it’s a surreal fantasy-inspired vision or a clever, pop culture-inspired depiction, the music video is simply different. If you enjoy a great song paired with even better accompanying visuals, you’ve come to the right place. Tons of new music videos have been released in 2021, and we’ve rounded up the top 15 you need to enjoy. Fancy a family party? You got it. Want to see a lobster take center stage as the main character? Bet. How about some barefoot shenanigans on the bench? Check it all out below with this list of the best new music videos of 2021 that everyone and their moms are talking about.

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Jack and Rose have nothing about it Titanic love story between Dua Lipa and… a lobster. Yes, she really went and made that lobster meme into a music video and infused it with 1920s glamour.

“Wild Side” by Normani feat. Cardi B

Normani is back, baby! The singer dropped this brand new single with Cardi B, and the internet freaked out over the accompanying music video, and rightly so, as it features awesome monochromatic cuts and seductive dance moves.

“Good 4 U” by Olivia Rodrigo

“Don’t Leave Yet” by Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello celebrates her Cuban-Mexican roots within her chosen family in this vibrant music video, and the good vibes are contagious. Plus, the little stop-motion scene at the start really adds to the playfulness.

“Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X is shameless himself, and that’s what we’re here for. That’s especially clear in this music video in which he travels through a few fantasy worlds, depicting an alien, a prisoner, and even a fallen angel giving Satan a lap dance.

It only makes sense the prettiest jesus Lorde takes her followers to a beach in this super summery music video. Just imagine if she drove them to the beach in Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” video. This is a beach I would pay on.

“Stay” by The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber

Warning: The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber will make you want to get up and jump everywhere watching this video. It plays with time, gravity, and rollercoaster-like shots that make you want to jump in and join them.

“Thot Shit” by Megan Thee Stallion

Everything Megan Thee Stallion does is badass, including this music video in which she and her group of thotties make a conservative senator’s life a living hell after he trolls one of her videos online.

“Lumberjack” by Tyler, the Creator

Although it’s only a minute and 18 seconds, we see Tyler, the creator in a cabin on an alleged sledding trip in Utah, finally battling a snowstorm in this music video. There’s a lot to unpack in the surreal visuals, which are on point.

“Lost Cause” by Billie Eilish

Honestly, it seems like a blast to film. Silly rope, Twister, endless snacks and close friends – it’s the perfect evening filled with shenanigans.

“Ungodly Hour” by Chloe x Halle

Chloe x Halle stun in a series of futuristic sets while wearing alien looks and serving up sultry choreography. They never disappoint!

Beginning with Cardi B standing on a tombstone that reads “RIP 2020,” this music video is full of animated sets and sexy outfits, and even features a clever but slightly creepy wig made out of doll heads.

“Transparent Soul” by Willow Smith feat. Travis Barker

Want to be transported to a dark, dirty club with roaring music and flashing lights? Look at this pop-punk gold coin. There’s also an unexpected twist involving a mysterious character. Oh, and Willow’s visual performance of the song is also an agonizing delight.

“Leave Before You Love Me” by Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers

All I ask is that Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers recreate that spontaneous jam sesh on the subway…and also tell me the exact location and time so I can be there to witness it.

“Best Friend” by Saweetie feat. Doja Cat

It’s no surprise that this bestie bop came with a fiery music video featuring visual communication (IYKYK), immaculate sets and lavish sets.

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