The iconic single's video with its moonwalk and fedora remains a cultural touchstone and MJ's most viewed to date.
Spike Lee directed the music video for this controversial protest song. The Brazil version amassed 1 billion views, capturing the vibrant spirit of Rio de Janeiro's favelas.
Featuring gang members and breakdancing legends like Michael Peters, this high-energy video for the 1983 pop hit highlights the importance of unity and overcoming differences.
This revolutionary short film-cum-music video is hailed as the greatest music video of all time blending pop and horror, and is now forever associated with Halloween costumes and zombies.
Debuting Michael Jackson's iconic 'anti-gravity lean' and fedora tilt, this video's sleek visuals and choreography continue to enthrall viewers.
This visually stunning video transports viewers to ancient Egypt, and was the second short film of MJ's Dangerous album. It also features Eddie Murphy and Magic Johnson, adding star power and a playful narrative.
The second short film on the Bad album, this video showcases MJ's smooth moves and infectious energy and features him pursuing model Tatiana Thumbtzen.
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