6. D'Angelo, "Untitled (How Does it Feel)"
Any video for "Untitled (How Does It Feel)," the simmering come-on from funk auteur D'Angelo's 2000 masterpiece Voodoo, would have been sexy – the song's a slow-burn seduction that draws inspiration from Marvin and Al, filtered through the musical genius's thoughtful style. But the single-shot clip, in which D wears nothing but a crucifix, gives the full-body treatment to the track, leaving little to the imagination while daring it to run wild. "D'Angelo is singing about being intimate with a woman that he loves," Star Jones told The New York Times in 2000. "And it's just basic voice and body, and when you're in an intimate situation with a man, that's really all that's there – the voice and the body and the light hitting the body in a way that makes you know that this is your man."