Five of our favourite dance battle videos, as selected by an impartial panel of thirty-something white dudes with varying degrees of dancing ability.
Category: Web Video Lessons from MTV
We take a look at classic music videos and see what elements you can use to develop more compelling web video.
Listed as “arguably the most re-watchable video of the 2000’s” by Pitchfork, Kylie Minogue’s “Come Into My World” is certainly replay-worthy – but not for the reasons you might think.
A frenetic, first-person ride through a debauched night in London, “Smack My Bitch Up” breaks virtually every FCC regulation governing broadcast television standards.
One of the first bands to add storylines alongside shots of dancing girls in their videos, Twisted Sister used MTV to cultivate an image as staunch defenders of the right to rock: an image they perfected with 1984’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It”.