Over the course of his career, the late David Bowie found ways to fuse strong visuals with an even stronger body of music. From his fashion to his album covers to his live shows, the British glam rocker was always forward-thinking and creative in how he used his songs to reflect a visual identity. So it’s no wonder that fans flocked to his music videos after his passing, breaking Vevo’s single-day record for a single channel, gaining 51 million on January 11th of his catalog.
Now we have a question for you: which music video is Bowie’s best? We’ll count anything as long as the artist officially released it and is not simply a concert clip. Feel free to go back to his early, pre-MTV collection of Mick Rock-directed promotional clips for songs “John, I’m Only Dancing” or “Life on Mars?,” a collaboration like “Dancing in the Street” with Mick Jagger, a mid-career clip like “Jump They Say” or “Little Wonder” or even the videos for his newer material like “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” or “Lazarus.” Just please only vote once and for a single song.