Grammy Award For Best Music Video Videos 2023

Grammy Award For Best Music Video Videos 2023


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Whether they’re boldly transforming a scene or embracing a zeitgeist, the best music video videos are as much an artistic statement as the songs they accompany. And this year, artists like Adele, BTS, Doja Cat, Kendrick Lamar and Harry Styles have all crafted dynamic visuals that could win them the grammy award for best music video videos 2023.

Taylor Swift – All Too Well

Taylor Swift made history at the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday night when she took home her first GRAMMY award for best music video. It was for her music video for the song, All Too Well, which she re-recorded as a 10 minute version and directed herself.

The song was released in 2012 on her album Red, but she re-released it with even more lyrics and musical elements that made it an instant hit. She also re-released it on her latest album, Midnights, which has been nominated for five Grammy awards this year.

During the 2023 Grammys, Swift looked stunning in a custom midnight blue Roberto Cavalli gown that was reminiscent of her latest album. The look featured a midriff cut-out and was completed by tons of sparkling jewels, including Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and Giuseppe Zanotti heels.

Fans reacted to her glamorous outfit on social media, a lot of them praising her sexy red lip and her hair pinned up. Some wondered what the purple coloured earrings meant, while others said that they could be a nod to 1989.

At the awards ceremony, Swift was surrounded by some of her biggest fans, who were all excited to get a photo with her. Everyone from host Trevor Noah to surprise Song of the Year winner Bonnie Raitt posed with Director Swift.

She was also praised by her ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles. They even shared a prom-esque photo together.

In addition to the award, her "All Too Well" music video has been nominated for a few other categories this year, including Producer of the Year (Non-Classical), Best Music Video, and Best Song For Social Change. She is predicted to win the latter, if not the first.

After her success at the 2023 Grammys, Swift is set to make her directorial debut based on an original screenplay she wrote herself. She has partnered with Searchlight Pictures to develop the movie.

Her "All Too Well" music video is the second major Grammy award she's taken home this year, after winning Best Music Video for her 2018 collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, "Bad Blood." This is her 12th Grammy Award, making her one of the most celebrated artists in pop music.

BTS – My Universe

BTS has been snubbed in the Grammy 2023 awards, and fans are furious. ARMYs are taking to social media to express their anger over the K-pop group being unaccounted for at the ceremony.

The music video for the song, My Universe, was released on September 30th and features a sci-fi setting that's sure to make you want to dance in the sky. It's a collaboration with Coldplay that shows a side of BTS and Coldplay that many might not be familiar with.

In a time of uncertainty and division, "My Universe" offers an uplifting reminder of how much can be shared across barriers. It's a love song that transcends all boundaries, and it comes from two bands with a passion for social change and a deep commitment to providing their fans with genuine engagement and comfort.

Both groups have been vocal advocates for the importance of empathy and compassion, and both have made great strides in their communities through charity work. They've also sung powerfully about the human condition, and their lyrics are full of personal statements that touch on topics such as mental health, self-worth, and love.

As such, it makes sense that they'd team up to release a collaborative track that focuses on these themes. Their respective philosophies are matched by their individual musical styles, and the result is a track that's as heartfelt as it is edgy and fun.

The music video for My Universe is as slick and futuristic as the song itself, with the two groups performing in a galaxy-spanning setting. It's a perfect example of why these two groups have become such a popular pair.

One of the main reasons that BTS and Coldplay team up is because both acts have a knack for combining different genres to produce music that's as unique as it is timeless. They have a penchant for combining high-powered beats with acoustic instrumentation, and they've both worked to create songs that can speak to a wide audience.

They're also both huge proponents of multiculturalism, and they opted to feature Korean-language elements in their song. This is a big change from their previous English-language singles, like “Dynamite” and “Butter,” which were largely sung in English.

Sam Smith & Kim Petras – Unholy

Sam Smith and Kim Petras brought their viral hit “Unholy” to the Grammy Awards stage for a fiery performance. Their sexy duet has been making headlines all over the world ever since it hit the TikTok scene last month.

The song has become a massive success on the music platform, and was even voted one of the top 10 most shared songs of 2022. The song was also one of the biggest hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and has a special meaning for both artists, as it was Smith’s first top-ten hit on the chart, and Petras’s first entry on the list.

After winning the best pop duo/group performance at the grammys, Smith and Petras took to the stage for a live version of their sultry hit. Madonna introduced the pair and made a bold statement by saying that they “are forging a new path, and taking the heat for all of it.”

During their performance, Smith opened the song in latex thigh-high platforms on the circular stage, surrounded by dancers who looked straight off the set of The Ring. He later donned a devil-horned top hat and a cane as he belted the sultry track.

While many fans celebrated the performance as a huge step for both artists, others were left with mixed feelings. The lyrics of the song are sexually suggestive, and some viewers were left wondering whether Smith and Petras did a “satanic ritual” during their live performance.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Petras revealed that the lyrics of “Unholy” are not only sexually suggestive, but also a metaphor for her own journey as a transgender person. She says that the song was a way for her to share her story with others, and it also gave her a chance to show the world who she is.

The pair also took time to pay tribute to the late singer SOPHIE, who helped pave the way for Petras and other queer artists in the music industry. In her acceptance speech, Petras thanked SOPHIE for inspiring her and praised her as a role model.

Harry Styles – As It Was

Harry Styles is a former member of One Direction. He is a pop singer with a lot of success. He has a lot of fans and his songs are often played on radio. He is also known for his eye-catching outfits. He sometimes wears feather boas or glittery belts on stage.

In May, he released his sophomore album, Harry’s House. It was a great success, with the single “As It Was” hitting the top of the charts in the U.S. The song has remained at the top of the charts for 15 weeks, which is an impressive achievement by any artist.

The album also has 13 new tracks, and if you haven’t heard it yet, I highly recommend giving it a listen. The music is amazing and it has a lot of different soundscapes to enjoy. It has a mix of funky pop-rock sounds and jazzy music.

After releasing the album, he went on tour and performed at Madison Square Garden. The show was sold out and people were impressed with his performance. The singer was accompanied by his band on the stage.

He sang a lot of the songs on Harry’s House, including the hit “As It Was.” The song is about metamorphosis and it has been getting a lot of attention. It is a beautiful song that has a lot of meanings.

In the video, there are a lot of colorful lights that go off. The video is also a lot of fun to watch and it has a lot of dancing scenes.

Another interesting thing about this video is that the music has a little bit of old school feel to it. It is like a 80s synth pop song. It has a sad feeling to it, but it is also a happy song.

The lyrics of the song are very cryptic and it can be hard to understand what it means. Some people think that the lyrics are about his relationship with Olivia Wilde.

Harry Styles resurfaced in 2022 with the album, Harry’s House. The album was a hit with critics and has received many awards. The album is a good example of how he has changed as a solo artist. He is a pop artist who has a lot of potential.

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Grammy For Best Music Video 2023

The GRAMMY Awards are one of music's most prestigious honors. Voting members represent the worldwide community of musicians, artists and creators, ensuring fair consideration for every entry.

While there are many talented artists in this year's field, there are several that stand out. Taylor Swift is one of them, directing a short film for her "All Too Well" song that perfectly captures the feeling of the most well-known verses of the song.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was a sexy sight in a blue bedazzled gown as she made her way to the red carpet of the 64th Grammy Awards on Sunday. The singer is nominated for four more golden gramophones, so she's up for a lot of wins on this night.

She's also one of the few female artists to win album of the year three times, making her a huge part of music history. She beat out a field that included Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon.

It’s been over seven years since Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar shared a grammy for best music video, but they could both make major history again this weekend. If they win for their respective music videos, Swift would become the first artist to win a Grammy for a solo-directed video, and Lamar would become the first three-time winner as a director.

This is also Taylor’s second time winning for best music video, as she last took home the prize in 2018. She and Lamar won it for their 2018 hit, “Bad Blood.”

The award is especially important to Swift, who has been working hard on reclaiming her master recordings from former label Big Machine Records. It means she can own the rights to her original versions of her songs and re-release them as she sees fit.

With her win, she now has a total of 11 Grammys. She is also the only female to have won for the same song and album more than once.

She's also directing her first feature film, which will be released by Searchlight Pictures and is based on an original script she wrote herself. She has also directed several music videos in the past, including her most recent 'All Too Well: The Short Film' and 'Red (Taylor’s Version)'.


BTS, or Bangtan Sonyeondan, is a Korean seven-member boy band that formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013. They've since been recognized for their authenticity and self-produced music, top-notch performances, and an ardent fan base (known as ARMY) across the globe.

Their lyrical work often talks about mental health, the journey towards self-love, individualism, and school-age youth issues. They've been grammy-nominated twice and have received international recognition for their efforts to help youth in need through the LOVE MYSELF campaign.

It's a rare feat for any artist to get a grammy nod for best music video, let alone one from a K-pop group. That's why it was so exciting when BTS took home the trophy for their "Yet to Come" video on Sunday night.

This song is a prime example of their lyrical excellence, as it addresses the apprehension that comes with every dream. The lyrics talk about how a desire can be both fascinating and terrifying, and the fact that it could easily ruin one's life.

The enlivening beats and the jolly lyrics will surely keep you grooving to this song. It's a great way to unwind and enjoy yourself while getting lost in the brilliance of BTS.

While the members of BTS haven't attended the Grammys in years, the ARMY has been sending them their wishes and hopes for a win. However, with Jin officially enlisting in the military, it's unclear if they'll be able to attend this year's event.

BTS have been nominated for a grammy in two categories, including 'Best Pop Duo/Group Performance' with Coldplay and 'Best Music Video' for their song 'Yet to Come'. They're the first Korean-based artist to receive a nomination in this category, and their third nod overall.


A wide-mouthed Adele took to the stage with her boyfriend Rich Paul and Lizzo to receive her award on Sunday night. She stepped on stage with a big smile and received her prize from host Dwayne Johnson.

Adele has been making music for years. In the beginning, she was inspired by artists like Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James. She also studied at the 'BRIT School' in London, where she learned about the business side of the industry.

She went on to sign a contract with XL Recordings, and has since released four studio albums. She is a very successful artist and has sold millions of records.

Her most famous song is "Skyfall," the title track to the 2012 James Bond film of the same name, which earned her an Academy Award and a Golden Globe. She has also won multiple Grammy Awards, including best pop solo performance for her live version of "Set Fire to the Rain."

After a four-year break, she returned in 2015 with the album 25, which sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and was nominated for five Grammys. It also received critical acclaim and made Adele a household name once again.

The album contained many emotionally-driven songs, notably “Hello,” which became an international hit and won the songwriting category at the BMI Music Awards. In addition, it sold more than three million copies in its first week of release.

With 25 came her first Grammy win for album of the year. She also swept the other three major categories: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Her success is an incredible achievement, especially considering that the music business has halved in size over the last decade. It's a testament to her talent, professionalism, and the support she gives the industry.

Doja Cat

Sensational rapper Doja Cat has been a force to be reckoned with on the fashion and music front in recent months. She has made major waves during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, stepping out in a series of crazy styles including having her body covered in more than 30,000 Swarovski crystals for Schiaparelli, subbing in false lashes for her facial hair at Viktor & Rolf and clutching a $20,000 bedazzled tequila purse at Valentino.

Her latest red carpet outing was for the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday, where she wowed in an edgy and slinky black vinyl gown by Atelier Versace that cinched at the waist and came with a train. She paired the figure-hugging one-shoulder look with long black vinyl gloves and accessorized with Panconesi black spiral Serpent hoop earrings.

She also rocked dramatic black eyeliner and frosted lips to enhance her look, which was designed by makeup artist Ernesto Casillas. Her pixie cut was styled by JStayReady.

Doja Cat is no stranger to risk-taking when it comes to fashion and style, but this red carpet moment was a new level. Her latex Versace dress was a major departure from the '90s rave style she's usually favored, with a long train that followed several feet behind her and a one-shoulder neckline that turned into a semi-bare back.

To top off her gothic-glam look, Doja wore choppy bands of pixie hair and accessorized with a pair of large swirling earrings. She even licked her lips to get photographers' attention during a round of poses on the red carpet.

Her five Grammy nominations include Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance (for "Woman"), Best Music Video, Best Rap Performance and Pop Duo/Group Performance for her song with Post Malone, "I Like You (A Happier Song)" -- a hit that has been climbing the charts since it was released in 2021. But, despite her numerous nominations, Doja Cat failed to win any of the major awards at the prestigious awards ceremony.

Harry Styles

In a year full of dynamic and zeitgeist-defining visuals, artists nominated for best music video include Adele, BTS, Doja Cat, Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles. Each one would achieve major firsts if they won.

The winner was undoubtedly Harry Styles, who delivered a dazzling performance of his sultry single "As It Was" to the grammys stage Sunday night. It was the third time that Styles performed at the grammys since his last win, for best pop solo performance in 2021 with "Watermelon Sugar."

His third album, Harry's House, was released in May 2022 and quickly went platinum. Its lead single, "As It Was," became Styles' biggest chart hit to date and earned him his second number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100, lasting 15 non-consecutive weeks.

This was also Styles' largest-selling debut studio album. It sold over four million copies in the US and spawned two more hits. The first single, "Adore You," was a viral sensation on Tik Tok and later went to #1 on the US charts.

Another hit single, "Watermelon Sugar," went to #1 on the US charts and was a Top 5 song in many other countries. The album received critical acclaim and became the biggest selling debut for a British artist in decades.

After the success of his first two albums, Styles opted to pursue a more experimental, edgier sound with Harry's House. He experimented with a diverse range of vocal styles, playing up his voice over funky pop-rock sounds.

He also began experimenting with different outfits and makeup, wearing dresses and embracing gender-nonconforming and nudity in a shoot for Vogue. This sparked debate about how he represented masculinity and influenced LGBTQ+ discussions.

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The Grammy Award For Best Music Video 2023

Since 1984, the Grammy Award for best music video has been one of the most prestigious prizes in the music industry. Some of the biggest names in music have won this award over the years.

Taylor Swift took home the 2023 Grammy Award for best music video with her ten-minute "All Too Well" video, which she wrote, directed and starred in. It also marked her first win as a director.

All Too Well: The Short Film by Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift sashayed down the red carpet at the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, wearing her signature midnight blue two-piece gown. She also wore her signature red lip and dramatic earrings.

Despite not winning any awards, Swift still started her 2023 Grammys night off on the right foot with a pre-telecast win for best music video for her epic 15-minute All Too Well: The Short Film, which she wrote, directed and starred in alongside Sadie Sink and Dylan O'Brien. The award was revealed during the Grammy Premiere Ceremony before the primetime event, which featured a special screening of the film.

In the clip, Swift shares a lot of directorial duties as she guides Sink and O'Brien during the kissing scenes and sets up scenes for her friends to film. She even gives her co-stars specific instructions, like "we want to see their hands on the table," to help them get a better idea of what she's trying to convey with the song.

At the end of the video, Swift tells the audience that she has been working on a feature-length directorial debut, which is based on an original script that she wrote. She is partnering with Searchlight Pictures for the project, which will be a story about a young woman struggling with the heartbreak of her early twenties.

The short film, which was released in late 2021 to critical acclaim, accompanied the release of Swift's re-recorded version of All Too Well, which was originally released on her 2012 album Red. It revamped the 5-minute version into a 10-minute track with even more biting lyrics about her relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal, who reportedly called it quits with her in 2011.

All Too Well: The Short Film was screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it received wide critical acclaim. It was later released on YouTube, in conjunction with Swift's second re-recorded album Red (Taylor's Version) in November 2021.

After the film was released, it won several awards and received wide critical acclaim. It also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and earned a nomination for the 2022 Academy Awards.

Bad Habit by Steve Lacy

One of the most unexpected songs to hit the charts this year was also one of the most popular. And it was all thanks to TikTok, the social media app that allows users to upload a series of short videos.

Steve Lacy has been making genre-defying music for years, both as a member of his band The Internet and as a solo artist. His new album Gemini Rights is a blend of indie rock, R&B, hip-hop, and soul, a mix that sounds like it could have come from the early 2000s.

Lacy combines all of this sound into a track about regret, and how we might have missed the opportunity to be with someone who really liked us. In the video, he dances while different backgrounds light up behind him, and he shares a moment with his dog.

The song has climbed the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and it’s nominated for three Grammy awards: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance. It’s an unlikely success story, but one that could indicate a future where artists who aren’t traditionally on the mainstream radar find themselves in the spotlight.

It also proves that TikTok is a powerful tool for helping popular, beloved songs get noticed and become hits, as Sam Smith and Kim Petras’s single “Unholy” proved this year. It’s also a reminder that we should always keep an eye out for artists who may be under-recognized but who have an infectious, melodic song that’s able to translate into virality on the platform.

Another interesting fact about the song is that it’s actually a Billboard chart-topper, which is quite an unusual feat for an artist who primarily makes music on TikTok. That’s because it’s been placed on multiple radio format charts, including R&B/Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock, and Adult Pop.

It’s an apt symbol for the sort of cross-genre crossover success that Lacy has been having on his latest album, which was produced by Thundercat. That producer is the mastermind of many of the greatest R&B records of the past decade, and Lacy’s lyrical sensibility mirrors his music. It’s a soulful, off-kilter R&B tune that reminds me of Andre 3000 and Mac DeMarco.

Woman by Doja Cat

The grammys are back again and this year's awards show is set to be one for the books. Among the categories in contention this year is Best Music Video, and since 1984, the award has been awarded to videos that have garnered millions of views. Historically, the prize has gone to one or more artists, as well as the directing and production teams behind their work.

The top of the class for this year's award show is Taylor Swift, who made history when she nailed the Best Music Video for her "All Too Well" video (see below). Swift's win was the first time that an artist has ever received sole credit for their own music video. It was also the first time a female winner took home the gold.

Doja Cat is another female to watch, and her song, Woman, was no doubt the star of the show. The track is a fusion of Afrobeats, pop and R&B with a smoky ethereal touch that is all the rage right now. It also happens to be the track that triggered one of the most successful interactive music video experiments to date.

In the spirit of the interactive music video craze, Doja Cat has opted to let fans get hands on with her creations. The website allows users to code their way through the video, allowing them to do things like change the color of a character's nails or the size of a falling flower. The website is the brainchild of the Girls Who Code, a group that aims to inspire women and girls to enter the world of technology through programs ranging from programming a drone to building 3D printers. The site's interactive music video has more than 50 million views and counting. The site also features other music related games.

As It Was by Harry Styles

The first single off Styles' third album, Harry's House, "As It Was" quickly topped the charts and is now the longest-running number one song in the UK by a British artist. It also spent 15 weeks at the top of the US Hot 100, becoming the fourth longest-running US #1 for a UK act.

It's been an exciting start to Styles' new era as a solo artist: He broke out with a slow-burn ballad that pivoted hard from One Direction's pop melodies, proving he has his own voice and a distinct sound. That song and the following album have helped to catapult him into a position as one of the biggest acts in pop.

But it's not all fun and games. The first single off of the record, "As It Was," is a bittersweet and heartfelt song that explores the ways in which a person can run from their past, or battle with change and growth. Its lyrics and visuals are both somber, but it's a song that can encourage you to keep moving forward.

A lullaby with an Eighties-inspired synth hook and a catchy beat, "As It Was" begins with a drum machine that sounds reminiscent of the opening riff of a-ha's "Take On Me." The song is about a broken relationship and is accompanied by a bittersweet vocal performance.

It's the kind of track that could be a ballad or a rock song, but in the end it's just a catchy tune that will play well on radio and Spotify playlists. It's a tune that'll make you think about the people you love and the things that make them special.

The video, directed by Tanu Muino, features a pair of dancers twirling around on a spinning platform. The two dancers, who are matched in the same color palette as the music video, meet each other and attempt to pull each other close, but despite their best efforts they eventually drift apart.

The video for "As It Was" earned Styles the grammy award for best music video 2023, which is an honor he hasn't received in the past. It's a well-deserved award that recognizes his empathetic approach to examining the way that change and growth impact one's life.

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