Flashback Friday Music Videos
For Flashback Friday, we’ve gathered up some of the most legendary music videos on Edge Music Network. You can view all of the videos below and build your own music video playlists by downloading the Edge Music Network app or this website.
Directed by Joseph Kahn
The colorful video for End Game features Taylor Swift gallivanting around foreign countries with guest music artists. Throughout the video, Swift is shown partying on a yacht, riding in a Lamborghini, partying in a club, and roaming the streets of Japan and London. The premise of the video is a little stale, however, the imagery of different countries and bright lights will captivate any viewer.
Directed by Director X and Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea’s video for “Black Widow” shows Iggy Azalea day dreaming about killing a rude customer, Michael Madsen. Throughout the video, Iggy Azalea is shown training as a samurai assassin with the intent to kill a mob boss. The video is filled with compelling imagery of an unique club and Azalea training in a snow filled set with cherry blossom trees. The video has a twist ending that will leave you stunned, but a little underwhelmed at the same time.
The video is a parody of the movie Kill Bill, where a blonde assassin sets out to kill Blll. Michael Madsen was one of the antagonists in the film.
Directed by Kanye West
The “Runaway” music video is considered to be one of Kanye West’s most artistic videos ever made. The video features Kanye West playing and dancing on top of a single piano, white ballerinas dancing in black leotards, and African Americans toasting each other while wearing all white outfits. Even though the video has an abstract concept, there isn’t really a deeper meaning to it. However, it’s certainly more unique than the majority of music videos ever produced.