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In 2013, music saw the arrival of new musical icons like Lorde, Arianna Grande, Ashton Mahone, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and Krewella. This year also saw the return of megastars like Jay Z, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Drake, and Kanye West. It seemed like almost every week; artists from past and present were coming out with a new music video, easily making them legends overnight. This week, Kaboom! Magazine has compiled up all of our favorite music videos of 2013 and created Kaboom! Magazine.com “100 Most Explosive Videos of 2013!” “Which new star shinned the brightest?” “Who was most original?” “Is this video Overrated or Underrated?” “Why can’t I stop pressing the play button? All these questions and more will be answered as we have ranked our favorite videos of the year starting at No. 100 all the way down to the most explosive video of the year. The countdown continues today with No. 59-40……. 59. Steph Sexton “Are You Worth It” Before entering into a new potential relationship, it’s important to find out if the other person’s goals match your own. Are you and this person looking to be friends , something long-term, or just a fling? Australia’s Steph Sexton ain’t got the time to waste with her raw video “Are You Worth It?” She cuts to the chase when asking, “Would this be something, will it go to waste / If I let you touch it, would you be the same?” 58. B.O.B “Headband” feat. 2 Chainz Bobby Ray drops the leggy, alternate visual for “Headband.” The video is filled with jiggle and splits galore as a host of booty short-clad chicks make their lower halves work. Fellow ATLien 2 Chainz also joins the front yard festivities. 57. Rich Homie Quan “Type of Way” Becoming a star overnight, Rich Homie Quan’s debut single, “Type of Way” took hold of the ATL airwaves like a Kris Kross “Jump” and moved around the Southern Coast faster than electricity. Generating remixes from a wide variety of respected artists; Ace Hood, Jim Jones, Ludacris, Lil Wayne, T.I., Trinidad Jame$, Kid Ink, and Jermaine Dupri. First a regional success turned global smash, Rich Homie Quan independent push of the record quickly took the Trinidad Jame$ underling to New York, California, and several other major markets in between. The single gained 8 million views on Vevo and aligned Quan with Def Jam pushing the single and becoming a part of Trinidad Jame$ T.I.G. imprint. 56. Sage The Gemini “Gas Pedal” feat. IAMSU “Gas Pedal” peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100, making both Sage The Gemini first top 40 hits, and making it one of hyphy’s best known songs. The video features Sage having an exotic house party featuring a lot of sexy women in mask and no guys allowed except for Bay Area homie IAMSU. 55. Skyler Grey “Back From The Dead” feat. Big Sean & Travis Barker Skylar Grey brings forth the visual translation for her Big Sean and Travis Barker-assisted single “Back From The Dead.” She projects the concept of past relationships being resurrected from the grave to a museum setting where chapters of her previous life are vividly depicted within framed canvases. 54. Baby Bash “Dance All Night” feat. Problem West Coast rap legend Baby Bash has been blessing us for years with great party records. Well if ain’t broke don’t fix it as Bash is back with another club banger entitled “Dance All Night” feat. Problem. The video is based off a Chris Rock joke, where he would talk about how women love rap music so much that they would literally dance all night long. Bash will be the first to let you know that if the music right, she will dance all night. 53. Mac Miller “Watching Movies” Mac Miller showcases a new unique music video for “Watching Movies.” The video is filled with a slew of women shaking it in the lowrider, all while interspersed with somewhat haunting shots, which play to the lyrical backdrop of the piece. 52. French Montana “Ain’t Worried About Nothin” While French Montana doubters have expressed their feelings towards the emcee being able to hold his own on a track, Montana now shares a video for his solo tune “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’.” Directed by Eif Rivera, the visuals see French and his boys out in the streets of New York as a few of his notable friends make cameos throughout. 51. Bruno Mars “Treasure” Bruno Mars hits the time machine for his latest visual for “Treasure.” Decked out in disco attire with a supporting full band behind him, the crooner does pulls off some electric slides to give viewers a vintage feel somewhat Jackson-esque. 50. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “White Walls” feat. Schoolboy Q & Hollis Macklemore stars as “Mackle Jackson” in the Ryan Lewis-directed visual for “White Walls,” the latest single off The Heist featuring ScHoolboy Q and Hollis as well as cameos from Big Boi, Wiz Khalifa, Sir Mix-A-Lot, A$AP Rocky, Trinidad Jame$, and DJ Drama. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 49. Eric Bellinger “ASAP” Eric Bellinger finally made a name for himself as an entertainer in 2013 with his single, “ASAP.” The video was directed by Embryo and it features a good amount of beautiful women including model, Jasmine Jaye and some very sexy scenes. The single has a smooth vibe to it and Eric definitely shows off his vocal skills on this record. 48. Sean Kingston “Beat It” feat. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa Jamaican-American rapper Sean Kingston enlists two other hip-hop heavyweights Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa with the summer time anthem “Beat It.” features the three studs in a mansion pool party, surrounded by bikini-wearing beauties. Wiz Khalifa drops a verse for Kingston, while Brown lends his sexy vocals to the up-tempo song with a catchy hook that’s sure to be a hit for the sun-soaked season. 47. Chanel West Coast “I Love Money” She’s building her own fun factory out of $100 bills! West Coast Rapper/MTV Reality Show star Chanel West Coast makes the bank bounce in her music video “I Love Money.” In the video, Chanel and her girlfriends get wild poppin bottles and throwing money in the Las Vegas air, but if you ask Chanel what she doing?….she was just doing what she loved. 46. Drop City Yacht Club “Crickets” feat. Jeremih Drop City Yacht Club took over 2013 with their hit single “Crickets” featuring Jeremih. In the music video, they took it back to Cali and put on a Drop City house party filled with Booze, Women, Swimming Pools, and more booze. 45. J.Cole “Crooked Smile” feat. TLC J.Cole uses his single “Crooked Smile” to send a message about the government’s war on drugs, and specifically those innocent victims who are lost in its battle. J. Cole, who is a marijuana dealer and a DEA agent going through their similar morning routines. Viewers get a glimpse of the DEA agent having breakfast with his daughter, as Cole celebrates the birthday of his sister, who is of the same age. 44. Ariana Grande “The Way” feat. Mac Miller Mac Miller links up with singer/actress Ariana Grande for her new single “The Way.” Ariana and Mac song has been in heavy rotation at every radio station across the country so its only fitting that they come out with an explosive video for the single.

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43. DJ Khaled “No New Friends” feat. Drake, Lil Wayne, & Rick Ross He presents the world with the video treatment to his new single featuring the usual suspects Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and Drake with, “No New Friends”. An old-school vibe with a lot of the videotaped on VHS paying homage to the old Cash Money days. Also making cameos in the video is Ace Hood, Mack Maine, Fat Joe, Movado, Birdman, and a lot of fine ass women. 42. Kelly Rowland “Dirty Laundry” Kelly Rowland made a powerful statement when she released the candid, “Dirty Laundry,” in May. In the personal song, Kelly reveals of once being involved in an abusive relationship. the singer swims in her pain, with scenes of her diving underwater, floating, reminiscing of her troublesome past, and at one point left speechless, with wine spilled on her, after her on-screen lover walks out on her at dinner. 41. Lady Gaga “Applause” Prior to its release, Gaga used her Twitter to reveal that it is inspired by the entertainer’s passion for shape-shifting, further adding, “Would you do ‘anything’ for the Applause? Iconography in motion, as magic. The video includes shots taken in both color and black-and-white, including artistic and complex scenes such as Gaga’s head on a swan, a scene in a bird cage, and the singer seated in a large top hat, as well as more simplistic scenes including Gaga walking in a black outfit wearing a headscarf, and the singer using white cloth, with scenes similar to the cover art of the single, featuring Gaga in bright make-up. 40. Kid Ink “Show Me” Feat. Chris Brown Gearing up for his new album, Cali rapper Kid Ink decided to wake up and get his party on in his music video “Show Me.” Featuring Chris Brown, “Show Me” is Kid Ink biggest hit to date as it went from being played on only hip-hop radio stations to crossing over all the way to popular music radio stations. Kid Ink new album “My Own Lane” is set to be released the first week of Jan. 2014. kid-ink-show-me 60 DOWN, 39 MORE VIDEOS TO GO! LETS US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK SO FAR ABOUT OUR COUNTDOWN AND ALSO TELL US WHY YOU LOVED YOUR FAVORITE VIDEOS SO MUCH. STAY TUNED TOMORROW AS WE POST ANOTHER SET OF OUR FAVORITE VIDEOS IN 2013.