In 2015, music saw the arrival of new superstars like Travi$Scott, Charile Pugh, Alessia Cara, IHeartMemphis, and K Camp. This year also saw the return of megastars like The Weeknd, Childish Gambino, Taylor Swift, and Future. It seemed like almost every week; artists from past and present were coming out with a new music videos, easily making them instant legends overnight. To honor 2015, Kaboom! Magazine has compiled all of our favorite music videos of 2015 and created Kaboom! Magazine.com “100 Most Explosive Videos of 2015!”“Which new star shinned the brightest?” “Who was most original?” “Is this video Overrated or Underrated?” “Why can’t I stop pressing the play button? All these questions and more will be answered as we have ranked our favorite videos of the year starting at No. 100 all the way down to the most explosive video of the year.Checkout which music videos blew us away in 2015 as we continue the countdown with No. 59…….59. Kat Deluna “Bum Bum” Feat. Trey Songz
Kat Deluna shows off one of the sexiest bodies in music as she slides into Trey Songz’s DM at #59 with her video “Bum Bum.”
58. Selena Gomez “Good For You” Feat. A$AP Rocky
Pleasuring the #58 spot, Selena Gomez discuss pleasing her lover and being the perfect complement for him with her video “Good For You” featuring A$AP Rocky. The song and its music video were well received by music critics, who commended Gomez’s artistic growth and maturity, and the track’s ambient production.
57. Majid Jordan “My Love” Feat. Drake
OVO music takes over the #57 spot of the countdown as Majid Jordan & Drake reminisce on the loved that was lost with the video “My Love.”
56. Candice Pillay “Hold On”
Working with acts like Dumblonde and being featured Dr. Dre long-awaited album “Compton,” 2015 was a banner year for LA songstress Candice Pillay. To cap of the year, Candice lands on our countdown at #56 with her video “Hold On” from her EP “The Mood Kill.”
55. J. Cole “G.O.M.D.”
Jermaine Unchained makes his debut on the countdown at #55. Dreamville dream maker J. Cole puts his own spin on a slavery tale with a video entitled “G.O.M.D.”
54. Bryson Tiller “Don’t”
The new bad boy of R&B arrived in 2015 when Bryson Tiller gave us a dose of his new TrapSoul. His biggest hit of the year “Don’t” makes its way onto the countdown at #54.
53. G-Eazy “Me, Myself, & I” Feat. Bebe Rexha
Always be careful what you ask for, because you will have to take everything that goes along with it. G-Eazy shows us that fame is not always a 24/7 job with his video “Me, Myself, & I” featuring Bebe Rexha at #53.
52. Jasmine V. “Walk Away”
Jasmine V. had a pretty big year in 2015 with the release of her debut EP “That’s Me Right There.” One of her standout tracks turned into one of the best videos of the year as she does what most of the world can’t do and that’s leave Quincy in the dust in her video “Walk Away.”
51. Skrillex & Diplo “Where Are U Now” Feat. Justin Bieber
EDM gods Skrillex and Diplo joined forces to not only resurrect the career of Justin Bieber, but produce one of the biggest hits of the year at #51 with “Where Are U Now.”
50. Silento “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)”
Once it was The Dougie, after that the red nose and gas pedal, but in 2015 it was all the Whip and Nae Nae. The leader of the movement was none other than the young rhyme splitter Silento who creates chaos on the countdown at #50.
49. Ciara “Dance Like We’re Making Love”
Dating a super bowl quarterback, meeting Obama, and releasing her album “Jackie,” Ciara was one of the most-talked about celebrities of the year. People did talk about her life all the time, but she did manage to leave us speechless at #49 with her video “Dance Like We’re Making Love.”
48. Tech N9ne “Hood Go Crazy” Feat. B.O.B & 2 Chainz
The most successful independent artist of all-time continued his success this year with a new album “Special Effects.” Enjoying the fruits of his labor, Tech N9ne, B.O.B, and 2 Chainz brings the party to the #48 spot with the video “Hood Go Crazy.” The song is Tech N9ne’s highest charting single as a lead artist, peaking at #90 on the Billboard Hot 100.
47. Nick Jonas “Levels”
We take things to another level at #47 courtesy of Nick Jonas and his chart-topping single “Levels.” The song was listed by SPIN Magazine as the 11th best song of 2015. The dance remixes of “Levels” reached number one on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. The video depicts Jonas and multiple women dancing in an abandoned warehouse.
46. Action Bronson “Baby Blue” Feat. Chance The Rapper
The independent artist Action Bronson finally found some main stream success in 2015 with his hilarious video “Baby Blue” at #46.
45. Ne-Yo “Coming With You”
The Vegas-based R&B crooner’s latest album, “Non-Fiction,” is packed with mid-’90s-style slow jams for the most part, but the one that stands out the most is the one that gives him the #45 spot on the countdown “Coming with You.”
44. Niykee Heaton “Lullaby”
Warning! A lot of deadly curves ahead. Adding some extreme sexiness to the #44 spot is Chi-town bombshell Niykee Heaton with her video “Lullaby.” The three-minute video features Niykee doing what she does best…Thirst Trapping! The singer can be seen rolling around in her bed butt boomy naked. Niykee currently embarking on her first headlining tour, “The Bedroom Tour” and is also in the studio working on her debut LP.
43. Travi$ Scott “Antidote”
Welcome to the wild wild circus of #43 or as Travi$ Scott would like to call it his life. The G.O.O.D. Music artist made a big splash in 2015 due in big part to his video “Antidote.” The song was produced by WondaGurl and Eestbound. The song has peaked at number 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since then it has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
42. Puff Daddy & The Family “Finna Get Loose” Feat. Pharrell Williams
For the #42 spot on the countdown, Bad Boy CEO Diddy hopped into the delorean and took us back to the year 1995 with his video “Finna Get Loose” featuring Pharrell Williams.
41. Kid Ink “Be Real” Feat. Dej Loaf
Let just be honest, there’s nobody more deserving of the #41 spot than the California rap star Kid Ink who enjoys the success of his album “Full Speed” with the video “Be Real” featuring Dej Loaf.
40. Deorro & Chris Brown “Five More Hours”
After their car breaks down heading to Coachella, Deorro and Chris Brown find a bus filled with beautiful woman and end up making it on the countdown at #40 with the video “Five More Hours.”
39. Wale “The Matrimony” Feat. Usher
At #39, DMV rapper Wale wonder if marriage and fame could actually co-exist in the video “The Matrimony” featuring Usher from his 2015 “The Album About Nothing” LP.
38. J. Cole “Wet Dreamz”
J. Cole tells a story about the first time he had his “First Time” in the hit video “Wet Dreamz.”Enjoy it at #38.
37. David Guetta “Hey Mama” Feat. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha, & Afrojack
David Guetta showed us once again why he was the king of EDM in 2015; earning the #37 spot with “Hey Mama” featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha, and Afrojack.
36. Demi Lovato “Cool For The Summer”
Demi Lovato bounced back in a very big way in 2015. She practically ruled June, July, and August with her #36 video entry “Cool for the Summer.”
35. Omi “Cheerleader”
#35 features Jamaican singer and crossover sensation Omi with his breakout song “Cheerleader.” The song became a massive global success in 2015. “Cheerleader” reached number one in 20 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, and Germany.
34. DJ Carisma “Do What I Want” Feat. IAMSU, K Camp, & RJ
They wait to hear Flex drop a bomb on them in the east coast, down south its all about getting “Another One” from DJ Khaled, but when it comes to the west coast, we like our music with alittle CARISSMMMAAA!. Coming in at #34 is Young California’s DJ Carisma with her video “Do What I Want” featuring K Camp, RJ, and Bay Area heartbreaker IAMSU.
33. Kendrick Lamar “King Kunta”
Kendrick Lamar continued to pimp the rap game in 2015 as every video he put out continued to give us a musical orgasm. For his 1st entry at #33 on this year countdown, “King Kendrick” showed us a different side of his hometown Compton with “King Kunta.”
32. Alessia Cara “Here”
Being anti-social never looked so sexy. Coming in at #32 is Canadian breakout star Alessia Cara with classic Debbie Downer video “Here.” The slowly gained popularity, and became Cara’s first US Billboard Hot 100 chart entry debuting at number 95, but later became her first top 10 single on the chart.
31. Zedd “I Want You to Know” Feat. Selena Gomez
#31 sees Zedd grace us with his presence with his hit video “I Want You to Know” featuring Selena Gomez. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics. It has charted within top 20 of United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Norway and has been certified platinum in the United States and Sweden.
30. Rae Sremmurd “Throw Some Mo” Feat. Nicki Minaj & Young Thug
At #30 Rae Sremmurd continued their success from 2014 in 2015 with another stripper anthem “Throw Some Mo.” Sometimes you can’t show up to a strip club, but you can always have a strip club show up to you.
29. One Direction “Drag Me Down”
The video marked their first single since Zayn Malik’s departure in March 2015. “Drag Me Down” debuting atop the charts in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Austria, Australia, and New Zealand upon its release. It became the group’s first number one single in France and Australia, as well as their fourth number one in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. It debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
28. Taylor Swift “Wildest Dreams”
The music video was directed by Joseph Kahn and filmed in the Serengeti National Park received a mixed reception. After its release as a single, it reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the fifth consecutive top-10 song from “1989” and Swift’s 19th top-10 single on the chart. According to Khan the video is based on classic Hollywood romances like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, as well as classic movies like “The African Queen”, “Out of Africa” and “The English Patient.”
27. The Weeknd “Earned It”
The song was released as the lead single from the soundtrack to the 2015 film “Fifty Shades of Grey” and was included on The Weeknd’s second studio album “Beauty Behind the Madness.” “Earned It” peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming The Weeknd’s first top five single.
26. Snoop Dogg “Peaches & Cream” Feat. Pharrell & Charlie Wilson
Snoop Dogg is back with some sensual seduction for your ears. … called, “Peaches & Cream” featuring Pharrell and Charlie Wilson.
25. Tori Kelly “Should’ve Been Us”
Tori Kelly rising star shined brightest in 2015 with her video “Should’ve Been Us.” Kelly performed “Should’ve Been Us” at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards and was nominated for “Best New Artist.” She did win an award for “Breakthrough Artist” at the 2015 Billboard Women in Music. In late 2015, Kelly received a nomination for Best New Artist at the 58th Grammy Awards.
24. Meek Mill “All Eyes on You” Feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown
“All Eyes on You” entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number 81 for the chart. It has so far peaked at number 21, becoming Meek Mill’s highest-charting single to date.
23. Kehlani “You Should Be Here”
Making her 2nd visit on the countdown, Bay Area singer Kehlani is back with the 2nd video from her 2015 mixtape entitled “You Should Be Here.”
22. T.I. “Private Show” Feat. Chris Brown
The #22 spot is only for selective eyes only as T.I. & Chris Brown have the time of their lives in the video “Private Show.”
21. Big Sean “Blessings” Feat. Drake & Kanye West
“Blessings” was the standout track from one of the best rap albums of 2015 and the video put it way over the top. The video features rappers Drake and Kanye West for the extended version of the song which was not included on Dark Sky Paradise.
20. The Weeknd “The Hills”
“The Hills” was a critical success, appearing on several year-end lists. In the singer’s native Canada, the song peaked at number 1. In the United States, where it was a sleeper hit, it also reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also made the top 10 in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. It reached the top 20 in Denmark and Sweden while reaching the top 40 in the Netherlands, Norway and Switzerland. At the height of the song’s popularity, two official remixes featuring rappers Eminem and Nicki Minaj were released.
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