VH1’s Top 100 Videos of 2011 … So Far


As we parallel park into July and officially hit the curb of this year’s halfway point, it’s time to take a quick look back at what the past six months have taught us. Not conventional life lessons, however; we’re talking about stuff that’s a little bit less intense and also involves YOU! That’s right, in the first installment of our Top 100 Videos of 2011… So Far, we’re spilling the beans on the #100-51 most clicked-and-viewed videos on VH1.com. You’ll see that this piñata-like list of content contains tasty treats and slippery surprises alike! We’ve got brand-new videos that just recently launched, some VH1 Classic leaning clips (hey there, Megadeth), repeat offenders, and of course, effervescent, essential vids from the music video cannon. So take a look at the first fifty videos below and don’t forget to come back later this week as we continue on our quest to discover what artist snags the #1 spot!

100. Jack Johnson, “From The Clouds”
99. Chris Brown, “Deuces”
98. Ke$ha, “Tik Tok”
97. Bruno Mars, “The Other Side”
96. Beyoncé, “Video Phone (Extended Remix)”
95. Usher, “OMG”
94. B.o.B, “Airplanes”
93. Taylor Swift, “Mine”
92. Sara Bareilles, “King Of Anything”
91. John Legend & The Roots, “Wake Up Everybody”

90. Adele, “Chasing Pavements”

89. Adam Lambert, “For Your Entertainment”
88. Christina Perri, “Daydream”
87. Beyoncé, “Baby Boy”
86. Fantasia, “I’m Doin’ Me”
85. Usher ft. Pitbull, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love”
84. Super Stereo, “Life Passed Me By”
83. Kings Of Leon, “Radioactive”
82. Shakira, “Loca”
81. Willow Smith, “Whip My Hair”

80. Megadeth, “Symphony Of Destruction”
79. Arcade Fire, “Ready To Start”
78. Steven Tyler, “(It) Feels So Good”
77. Katy Perry, “Teenage Dream”
76. Bruno Mars, “Liquor Store Blues”
75. Chris Brown, “Beautiful People”
74. Ke$ha, “Take It Off”
73. Weird Al Yankovic, “Perform This Way”
72. Pitbull, “Give Me Everything”
71. Britney Spears, “3”
70. Foo Fighters, “Walk”
69. Mumford & Sons, “Little Lion Man”
68. Duran Duran, “All You Need Is Now”

67. Lissie, “When I’m Alone”
66. Katy Perry, “California Gurls”
65. David Cook, “The Last Goodbye”
64. Mike Posner, “Please Don’t Go”
63. Raphael Saadiq, “Stone Rollin”
62. Augustana, “Steal Your Heart”
61. Chris Brown, “Look At Me Now”
60. Josh Groban, “Hidden Away”
59. Katy Perry, “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”
58. James Blunt, “Stay The Night”
57. Trey Songz, “Bottoms Up”
56. Linkin Park, “Iridescent”
55. Adam Lambert, “Whataya Want From Me”
54. a-ha, “Take On Me”
53. Beyoncé, “Why Don’t You Love Me”
52. Dr. Dre, “I Need A Doctor”
51. Death Cab For Cutie, “You Are a Tourist”

So, there you have it. Who do you think is missing from the list? Which artist will end up reigning supreme? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to come back tomorrow for Part II of VH1’s Top 100 Videos of 2011 … So Far, in which we reveal the videos that ranked between #50 and #11 according to YOUR clicks!

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