The Top 10 Naked Hip Hop Music Videos

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We all know that hip hop is often associated with sex and violence. But what about when it’s just plain old nakedness? Here are the top 10 naked hip hop music videos.

Nudity in Hip Hop Videos

Recently, there has been an influx of hip hop music videos that feature nudity. This is a trend that has been growing in popularity and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Let’s take a look at the top 10 naked hip hop music videos.

The History of Nudity in Hip Hop Videos

Nudity in hip hop music videos has been present since the early days of the genre. In the early 1990s, music videos began to feature more explicit content, including partial nudity and sexual acts. These videos were often banned from television, but they found a home on MTV’s late-night programming block, “Liquid Television.”

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, explicitness in hip hop music videos increased dramatically. This was due in part to the advent of digital video cameras and editing software, which made it easier for directors to edit and add graphic images. Nudity became more prevalent in music videos, especially those associated with rap and R&B artists.

One of the most famous examples of nudity in a hip hop music video is Eminem’s “Just Lose It” (2004), which features a naked Eminem dancing around and mocking Michael Jackson. The video was heavily criticized for its graphic content, and it was eventually banned from MTV.

Other notable examples of nudity in hip hop music videos include Beyonce’s “Partition” (2014), Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” (2014), and Kanye West’s “Fade” (2016). All of these videos feature partial or fully nude women dancing provocatively. In some cases, such as with Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” video, the nudity is used for comic effect; in others, such as with Kanye West’s “Fade” video, it is used to highlight the sensual nature of the song.

Nudity in hip hop music videos has been controversial since its inception. Some argue that it is objectifying and degrading to women; others maintain that it is merely a reflection of popular culture. Whatever the case may be, there is no denying that nudity in hip hop music videos is here to stay.

The Evolution of Nudity in Hip Hop Videos

It’s no secret that hip hop and nudity have always had a close relationship. While some might argue that this is due in part to the objectification of women in hip hop, others would say that it is simply a by-product of the music and the culture. Whatever the case may be, there is no denying that nudity in hip hop videos is here to stay.

In the early days of hip hop, MTV was reluctant to air music videos that contained nudity. This led to some pretty creative workarounds, such as filming the models in silhouette or using creative camera angles to keep things PG-13. As time went on and the genre became more mainstream, MTV (and other networks) began to loosen their standards, and we started to see more and more skin in hip hop videos.

Today, nudity in hip hop videos is not only commonplace, but it is also often used as a gimmick or shock value. Whether it is a rapper’s girlfriend flashing her breasts or a group of Dancing with the Stars: Hip Hop Edition strippers shaking their moneymakers, there is no shortage of skin on display in today’s music videos.

So what does the future hold for nudity in hip hop? Only time will tell, but one thing is for sure: as long as there are cameras rolling and music playing, there will always be a place for nakedness in hip hop.

The Top 10 Naked Hip Hop Music Videos

There is something about naked people that makes us all want to look. Maybe it is because we are curious about what we would look like without clothes, or maybe it is because we enjoy seeing the human body in its natural state. Whatever the reason, there is no doubt that naked people are fascinating, and that is especially true when it comes to naked hip hop music videos.

Nelly ft. Kelly Rowland – Dilemma

Nelly released the song “Dilemma” in 2002, and the music video featured him and Kelly Rowland—then a member of Destiny’s Child—riding around on a city bus. The video also features a number of other well-known celebrities, including Gwen Stefani, Justin Timberlake, and Nelly’s then-girlfriend Ashanti.

The video was produced by Hype Williams, and it was widely praised for its creative concept and artistic direction. It won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video in 2003, and it was nominated for a number of other awards.

The video caused controversy due to its depiction of nudity, which some viewers found offensive. Nelly later defended the video, saying that it was meant to be “tasteful and artistic.”

50 Cent ft. Olivia – Candy Shop

This music video features 50 Cent and Olivia in a number of very suggestive scenes. There is lots of touching and grinding, and at one point Olivia even appears to lick 50 Cent’s nipple. The pair are clearly enjoying themselves, and the sexual tension is palpable. This is definitely one of the hottest hip hop music videos out there.

Missy Elliott ft. Ludacris – One Minute Man

The Top 10 Naked Hip Hop Music Videos

10. Ludacris ft. Bobby Valentino – P-Poppin’
9. Cassidy ft. R. Kelly – Hotel
8. Nelly ft. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland – Work It
7. Missy Elliott ft. Ludacris – One Minute Man
6. Snoop Dogg ft. Nate Dogg, Warren G & Kurupt – Ain’t No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None)
5. Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode
4. 50 Cent ft. Olivia – Candy Shop
3. 2Pac ft. Dr. Dre – California Love
2.DMX – What’s My Name?
1 .Eminem ft Dr Dre & 50 Cent – Crack a Bottle

Eminem ft. Rihanna – The Monster

The Monster is a song by American rapper Eminem, featuring Barbadian singer Rihanna, taken from Eminem’s eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013). The song was released on October 29, 2013, as the fourth single from the album. “The Monster” marks the fourth collaboration between Eminem and Rihanna, following “Love the Way You Lie” (2010), its sequel “Love the Way You Lie (Part II)” (2010), and “Numb” (2012). Recording sessions for the song took place during 2012 at multiple recording studios. Production was handled by Eminem himself, Boi-1da, Jordan Evans and Matthew Burnett; one of frequent collaborators of Canadian rapper Drake.

The song’s lyrics represent an internal struggle with Rihanna being personified as a demon; a recurring theme on The Marshall Mathers LP 2. It also serves as a diss track to hip hop artist Lil Wayne.

upon release, “The Monster” received mixed reviews from music critics; some labelled it as one of Eminem’s best efforts in recent years while others criticised it for its overused pop culture references. In 2014, the song won two Grammy Awards for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song. Music critics generally praised the production work by Boi-1da plus Jordan Evans and Matthew Burnett; some went to call itMinaj’s best feature on any song since her debut. The monster was nominated for seven awards including Record of the Year and Song of the Year at Billboard Music Awards 2015.”

The video opens with an almost shots fired intro that sees Eminems character being loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher with his daughter Hailie by his side. Interspersed with scenes of Rihanna in her own hospital bed hooked up to monitors we also see quick glimpses of other characters possibly hinting at some kind of alternate reality or dream sequence taking place. We also get our first look at what appears to be some kind of demon haunting Eminems dreams as we see it floating above his hospital bed before he seemingly awakens from his slumber.”

As the video progresses we see emergency services rushing around Eminems room as Hailie looks on in terror while he appears to be having some kind of seizure before flatlining and dying right in front of her. After this flurry of activity things suddenly calm down and we see that Hailie is now alone in the room with her fathers corpse.”

Cut to black.”

Kanye West – Bound 2

Kanye West – Bound 2
Naked music videos are all the rage these days, and Kanye West is certainly not one to shy away from controversy. In his latest music video for “Bound 2”, Mr. West bares it all, collarbones and all. The video features a topless Kanye straddling a fully clothed Kim Kardashian on a motorcycle while R&B singer Charlie Wilson croons in the background. If you’re looking for some eye-popping visuals, this is certainly the video for you.

Lil’ Kim ft. Mr. Cheeks – The Jump Off

In at number 10 is Lil’ Kim ft. Mr. Cheeks with The Jump Off. The song was released in 2003 and the video features Lil’ Kim and Mr. Cheeks rapping while scantily clad women are dancing around them. There is also a scene where Lil’ Kim is completely naked in a bathtub.

Nicki Minaj ft. Lil Wayne – High School

Nicki Minaj ft. Lil Wayne – High School is the sexiest naked hip hop video ever made. The video features Nicki and Wayne rolling around in the nude, with their bodies intertwined. The camera work is top notch, and the music is catchy as well. If you’re looking for a naked hip hop video that will get you hot and bothered, look no further than Nicki Minaj ft. Lil Wayne – High School.

Snoop Dogg ft. Wiz Khalifa – Young, Wild & Free

This is one of the more recent naked hip hop videos, having only been released in 2011. The video features Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa smoking weed and hanging out with half-naked women. There are also some fully naked women in the video, which helps it make our list.

Rick Ross ft. Meek Mill, Wale, Omarion – Bag of Money

Rick Ross ft. Meek Mill, Wale, Omarion – Bag of Money: In this classic hip hop video, we see three grown men acting like children as they frolic around in a expensive mansion with beautiful women. The video features lots of shots of butts and breasts, and even though it was released in 2012, it’s still one of the sexiest music videos ever made.

Iggy Azalea ft. Rita Ora – Black Widow

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea bares all in the music video for her 2014 song “Black Widow” featuring Rita Ora. The ladies are seen dancing around a dark room filled with smoke and mirrors while wearing nothing but black lace lingerie. At one point, they are even seen showering together in slow motion.

The video was directed by Jonas Åkerlund and released on August 4, 2014. It received mixed reviews, with some critics calling it empowering for women and others deeming it gratuitous and objectifying. Nonetheless, it was nominated for four MTV Video Music Awards, including Best Female Video and Best Hip-Hop Video.

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