So after our pick of the best videos under the headings of Animation, Narrative, Comedy and Performance, now here's our ultimate list of the best of the best, the absolute bangers... our …
Best Music Videos of 2018: Comedy
Here's our favourite funniest videos of the year - and also some comedy that was not necessarily hilarious, but used satire to create a seismic cultural reaction. We're talking Childish Gambino's This Is America, of course.
In fact, there's all manner of comedy in this list of videos, from the gently reverential movie spoofs, to the delightfully dark narratives (like Max Weiland's video for Raye's Friends, above) to the outright bonkers. We may have missed some good things (almost certainly, in fact) but there's loads of fun to be had here.
Music videos turn pop stars into icons, and this year was no exception. Here are our favourites this year when it's been all about the performance.
From straight documentary to surreal flights of fancy, narrative is the backbone of so many type of music videos. And this year has seen a rich vein of storytelling in music videos.
So it's time to begin the review of the music videos of the year, with the special relationship. Since it all began, the application of animation to music videos has been the source of magic. …
UKMVA-winning animator-directing partners Karni & Saul have returned to music videos with this delightful visual for Israeli singer-songwriter Sivan Talmor.
Maxine Peake plays a woman who retreats to her hotel room to sink into alcoholic despair, in Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's new video for Ex:Re, the solo project of Elena Tonra, lead singer …
Nico Poalillo offers glimpses of ordinary people's lives - and how love dictates our ups and downs - in his video for James TW, who interects with each story in some way. It's a sensitively …
Meji Alabi captures dancehall star Popcaan and singer/producder Davido in this vibrant celebration of Nigerian womanhood for the laid-back Dun Rich.
This excellent video for South African singer-songwriter Alice Phoebe Lou takes place in a studio apartment with some interesting furniture - its made from men.
Rebecca Phillips's self-directed video for Green Porcelain echoes the song in centring around fragility and the feeling of violence that occurs when what is familiar, valued or even treasured …