It's no secret that music videos these days are pretty sexy. You'll almost never see a female singer wearing pants, and any male artist who wants to have a big hit fills his videos with half naked dancers.
But some videos just push the boundaries and are so dirty that they have to be censored, or just get banned completely! And funnily enough that seems to make the video even more popular.
So we've come up with a list of the dirtiest music videos, that ones that still shock us, including some brand new videos that are ridiculously sexy and dirty.
Check out our list of sexy music videos, and then vote for the dirtiest video!
Enrique Iglesias -- Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)
Enrique's official video for 'Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)' is actually the censored version! But it's still ridiculously dirty, just with a bit less nudity than the original, and some dodgy blurring of naked body parts!
The video for 'Dirty Talk' isn't the dirtiest visually, but the lyrics are actually just a list of sex related words! Have you ever heard a song that has the line "Tickle me, slippery, G spot, nasty pose" before?
What can you expect from a song that features the lyrics 'Push me, then just touch me, til I can get my, satisfaction'? A video that's all about half naked sweaty ladies working at a construction site.
Flo Rida's video for 'Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)' was pretty much a bunch of girls booty shaking in g-strings and not much else! He was forced to censor the video, but there's still a lot of g-strings in there!
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