Top 9 Music Videos Of The 1980s

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    A screen shot from Michael Jackson's ThrillerMusic videos exploded onto the scene in the 1980s with the birth of MTV. Artists like LL Cool J, Prince, Janet Jackson and of course Michael Jackson pushed the limits of the new art form with their releases. What are the best music videos from the 1980s?

    Check out a taste below:

    9. Public Enemy “Night Of The Living Baseheads”
    More effective than any D.A.R.E. class you were forced to sit through, Public Enemy’s “Night Of The Living Baseheads” video managed to both make you laugh, while scaring you away from the evils of freebasing cocaine. “Night Of The Living Baseheads” was a rather unorthodox video, cleverly interrupting Chuck D’s performance scenes to a mock newscast (Flavor Flav as co-anchor? Genius!).

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    8. L.L. Cool J “I’m Bad”
    LL Cool J’s girl gets kidnapped while posting anti-drug flyers on the street. LL assembles his posse who take out the bad guys (who all just so happen to be rich white guys… MESSAGE!). The video’s narrative, coupled with LL’s iconic performance scenes make this one of the best videos of the 1980s. “Gimme that walkie talkie!”

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