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KABOOM! MAGAZINE.COM 100 MOST EXPLOSIVE VIDEOS OF 2013 (NO. 79-60)

KABOOM! MAGAZINE.COM 100 MOST EXPLOSIVE VIDEOS OF 2013 (NO. 79-60)
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. 79-60……. 79. Adrian Marcel “Waiting” Adrian Marcel has a hard pill to swallow as he battles with a breakup in the music video for his record “Waiting.” The Bay Area native confessing the pain and heartbreak he is feeling after his girl calls it quits. 78. Drake “Hold On, We’re Going Home” Living out his Scarface fantasy, Drizzy Drake takes us back to 1980’s Miami in his music video “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” You’ll notice A$AP Rocky makes a cameo in the beginning making a toast to his compadres in a decked out white mansion. Fredo Santana was also literally “in the cut” which was a “scary sight” for the young lady getting dressed. 77. Sabi “Cali Love” feat. Tyga Sabi spreads love and reps hard for the land of sunshine and palm trees in the feel-good video for her catchy single “Cali Love.” The Inglewood native jumps in her Jeep Wrangler and cruises the streets of L.A. with her friend. She soaks up the sun on Venice Beach and meets up with Tyga at a house party at night. 76. DJ Khaled “I Wanna Be with You” feat. Future, Rick Ross, & Nicki Minaj DJ Khaled and crew let loose the visual coinciding with “I Wanna Be with You.” The cut features assistance from three of Khaled’s familiar pals, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Future. The appropriated footage takes place in a club setting, as each of the four artists present to take care of their part. 75. Banks “Waiting Game” Singer-songwriter Banks liberates the visual coinciding with her hit single, “Waiting Game.” The audio showcases a somewhat sensual vibe, which is captivated by the angelic vocals from the California act. The black and white aesthetic highlights Banks as she performs the soothing entry in fairly mysterious fashion. 74. Chris Brown “Love More” feat. Nicki Minaj Say what you want about Chris Brown, you can’t deny that he is an incredible performer and dancer. Both of those talents are definitely on display in “Love More,” Chris’ new music video (directed by Chris himself) with Nicki Minaj. The video starts with a funny cameo from comedian Nick Swardson, as he and Chris and a few sexy ladies go out for a night on the town. Things really heat up when Nicki finally appears. Dropping a hot verse, the rapper looks even hotter strutting down a catwalk in a curve-fitting dress. 73. Ginette Claudette “Tainted Emotions” Ginette Claudette finds herself on an emotional rollercoaster, going through some serious heartbreak as she looks into her own self in a bathroom mirror and passes out on her hotel bed. But, Ginette awakes in the desert and delivers a heartfelt performance, as mascara filled tears drip down her cheeks. 72. Pusha T “Sweet Sernade” feat. Chris Brown Musically gifted as Pusha T may be, it’s tough to imagine the coke-rap mainstay standing outside a woman’s window, regaling her with a Sweet Serenade. Despite the incongruous imagery its title conjures up, though, this freshly-released single plays directly to the Clipse member’s strengths. Assisting on the guest tip, R&B heavyweight Chris Brown lends a touch of smoothness to the record’s hook. 71. RaVaughn “Best Friend” RaVaughn delivers a wave of emotion in the music video for her latest single “Best Friend.” The singer/songwriter wades in a pool of red rose petals, with gold glitter on her face, as she passionately sings the heartfelt ballad. Imagining what life could be if her platonic male friend just saw that she wanted more, RaVaughn wishes that he would realize they have the real thing. 70. Mike Will Made It “23” feat. Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa, & Juicy J Paying tribute to hip-hop favorite sneaker brand, Mike Will Made It unleashes the official video for his single ’23′ featuring Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. Set in a high school, the artists show who the coolest kids in school are and command the attention of a gym full of students at a pep rally, sporting updated Chicago Bulls jerseys. miley-cyrus-michael-jordan 69. Drake “Worst Behavior” Cruisin around the streets of Memphis at #69, is Drake’s fall smash “Worst Behavior.” In a very unique twist, Drizzy returns to the south and links up with some of Tennessee most memorable faces including his own father. Reminiscent of Kanye West’s teddy bear mascot, Drake’s OVO crew provides some comic relief during the video courtesy of their Owl mascot. 68. Daft Punk “Lose Yourself to Dance” feat. Pharrell Pharrell Williams sings lead vocals on Daft Punk “Lose Yourself to Dance” music video. Williams stated that the song “makes me feel like walking down the street in the middle of the night in London and it’s 1984, 1985. 67. Big Sean “Beware” feat. Jhene Aiko & Lil Wayne Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Big Sean echoes that sentiment on the music video Beware, speaking from experience on the consequences of doing dirt behind your girl’s back. Lil Wayne chronicles his efforts to overcome his own main squeeze’s jealousy in a wordplay-laced closing 16.Jhené Aiko rounds out the lineup, stepping into the spotlight on the bridge as well as accompanying the headliner on the record’s chorus. 66. Krewella “Live for the Night” EDM powerhouse Krewella gives glimpses at glazed-eyed people being too much into technology. It sees a pair whose visions are stuck on a television, two people who are too busy with their gaming console and mini television and a girl who’s glued to her computer screen. In another place, trio Jahan Yousaf, Yasmine Yousaf and Kris “Rain Man” Trindl is seen breaking into a power plant. They then destroy the wires and cut the all the power across the town. People start to leave their gadgets and join the group for a crazy party. 65. Schoolboy Q “Collard Greens” feat. Kendrick Lamar Arguably the best record we’ve heard from Schoolboy Q yet (debated by “Ya Ya Ya”). “Collard Greens” carries all the intangibles for a promising continued line of success for the TDE imprint. The hit includes a unique sound, a radio friendly wordplay, and of course popular demanded feature from Kendrick Lamar to help draw important exposure to the next to come out of the TDE camp. ”Collard Greens” has bounced around television countdowns since it’s release, also became a fan-favorite among live performance. 64. Mario “Somebody Else” feat. Nicki Minaj Mario and Nicki Minaj start from the end of their bad romance in the Alexandre Moore-directed video for their two-timing anthem “Somebody Else.” The R&B crooner makes his visual comeback at the scene of a crime as the Young Money rapstress lyrically chin-checks him. 63. Bridget Kelly “Street Dreamin” feat. Kendrick Lamar Bridget Kelly rides out with Kendrick Lamar in the street-chic video for her single “Street Dreamin.” While cruising through the streets, one special guy catches Bridget’s eye. She meets up with her friends, while K-Dot finds his own leading lady to kick it with. 62. Bruno Mars “When I Was Your Man” “When I Was Your Man” is a soul and pop piano ballad about a pre-fame heartbreak as he regrets a girl that he let get away, expressing his earnest hope that her new man is giving her all the love and attention he was unwilling, or unable to provide when they were together. 61. DJ Rhiannon “Drop It Like a Bomb” feat. Ron Jeremy When Canadian DJ DJ Rhiannon walks into the room, you better run for cover because she gonna blow up the spot. Rhiannon brings the sexiness of Kim K and the sass of Nicki Minaj in her music video “Drop It Like A Bomb” featuring adult film god Ron Jeremy. 60. Jhene Aiko “Bed Piece” feat. Childish Gambino Jhene Aiko and Childish Gambino take us to the past in their new video for “Bed Peace.” Inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s famous “bed-ins,” which protested the Vietnam War, Jhene and Gambino lay in bed while reporters interview them. 121018_Jhene_Aiko_F9A1199 40 DOWN, 59 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.