Most viewed on Youtube among the best music video nominations
The Grammy Award for Best Music Video goes to the directors and performers of the best short music videos of the qualifying year. Although YouTube views do not determine who will be the winner, they highlight the most popular videos with fans. Here are the YouTube views of this year’s nominees.
What do Adele, BTS, Doja Cat, Kendrick Lamar, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift have in common? All were nominated for Best Music Video at the 65th Grammy Awards. The Grammy Award for Best Music Video goes to the directors and performers of the best short music videos of the qualifying year.
Peter Gabriel, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Johnny Cash, Kendrick Lamar and Beyonce have won the awards twice each. Last year’s winner was “Freedom” by Jon Batiste. Although YouTube views do not determine who will be the winner, they highlight the most popular videos with fans.
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Here are the YouTube views of this year’s nominees.
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart, Part 5
“The Heart Part 5” was a surprise release from Kendrick Lamar and the artist’s first solo release since 2017. The video, which uses deep forgery technology to transform Lamar into six prominent African-American personalities, including OJ Simpson, Kobe Bryant and Will Smith, has 41 million views on YouTube.
Taylor Swift – Too good: the short film
“All Too Well: The Short Film” is a nearly 15-minute music video for “All Too Well (10-Minute Version)”. The film follows a couple’s relationship that fails due to the age gap. It’s widely speculated that the song and music video borrow heavily from Swift’s relationship with actor Jake Gyllenhaal. The video has over 82 million views on Youtube.
Doja Cat’s “Woman” has garnered over 160 million views on YouTube. The music video features Teyana Taylor.
BTS’s “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” features the usual explosive dance routines and flashy outfits. The music video has garnered 176 million views on YouTube and features several references to older BTS music videos.
Shot in black and white, “Easy on Me” has over 328 million views on YouTube. The clip directly follows the events set up by the music video for Adele’s 2015 song “Hello.”
Harry Styles’ “As It Was” music video is the most viewed on YouTube among this year’s nominees. It has over 426 million views on YouTube.
(Edited by : Priyanka Deshpande)
First post: 5 Feb 2023 08:13 STI