When it comes to the best music video of the year, the San Francisco 49ers were the clear favorites.
The 49ers had their own anthem in 2016, “The Anthem,” and that was an honor that they’ve been working toward for some time.
And then there’s their “The Wave,” which was released in February, as a way to pay tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.
In honor of the occasion, Bleacherreport decided to compile a list of the best videos for this year’s All-Star Game, the league’s marquee showcase.
We’re talking big, epic, and spectacular video moments.
These are the videos that made us go “What?!?” for the first time this year, so get ready to be inspired.
This is the best video of All-star weekend, and we’ve decided to pick the best from the 2017 edition.
We’ll start with the top 10, which will get us started.1.
“You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Kendrick Lamar, R. Kelly, and Pharrell Williams)We’ve got to start somewhere.
Kendrick Lamar’s “All Day” is the soundtrack to this year.
It’s an anthem that says, “I got you,” and Lamar goes on a rant about racism, and he’s right.
But “You Will Never Walk Apart” takes that message and pushes it into a more uplifting direction.
This is a great anthem to go with the San Fran 49ers’ anthem, and you can feel the impact of Lamar’s vocals in the video.2.
“Can’t Hold Us” (Bryson Tiller, Michael Jackson, and Bruno Mars)Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was the first single off his fifth studio album, “Thrill of the Chase.”
“Can’t Wait” was his response to the criticism of the song.
The video features a montage of clips from the movie, including Jackson’s comments and a clip of the infamous ‘Thrilla in Manila’ song.
“I just want you to know how much I love you, and I want you back, and don’t ever give up,” Jackson says at the end.
This is a fitting way to end the video, and it’s one of the better ones of the weekend.3.
“All Eyes on Me” (Trey Songz, Beyonce, and Katy Perry)”All Eyes” is an anthem of sorts, and Beyonce and Trey Songz are two of the more popular artists to be featured in the All-Stars.
Beyoncé and Trey teamed up for the video that premiered at the 2017 All-Pro Game and has since been re-released on her new album.
It features a bunch of different clips from “All My Life,” which featured some pretty amazing performances from both Beyoncé and the rest of the singers.
Trey’s vocals are just so infectious, and the visuals are really gorgeous.4.
“I Am a Saint” (Maggie Rogers, Bruno Mars, and J. Cole)This video is one of those videos that you can’t get enough of.
Bruno Mars’ “I’m a Saint,” which is featured on the album “Maggi” by his group The Black Keys, is the highlight of the video for me.
I’m not even kidding.
This video features just about every song Bruno has ever released, and they’re all fantastic.
It’s a beautiful tribute to Bruno, who is a saint.5.
“The Way” (Justin Bieber, Bruno, and Justin Timberlake)Justin Bieber’s “The Best” is arguably the biggest hit of the All Stars.
When I was a kid, my dad used to get me to watch it when he played the game.
I still remember the moment I saw it, and as a kid it’s still one of my favorite songs.
It has an incredible message, and Bieber’s performance makes it a very fitting way for him to end a video.6.
“Loser” (Vince Staples, Rihanna, and Travis Scott)It’s not just a matter of a bunch in the audience cheering at Staples’ “Lose Yourself” during the All Star break, either.
Rihanna’s “Loverboy” was also nominated for a video award, which means the video was nominated for this award as well.
A very fitting end to the All Times, right?
Rihanna does a wonderful job of delivering this message in the way that it’s delivered.
“Take Me Home” (DJ Khaled, Drake, and Meek Mill)DJ Khalees “Take me home” video was one of his most popular video of all time.
The song is a classic that many of us can relate to.
It is about love and it is about a journey, and Khaled and Drake are two talented songwriters that do a great job of capturing that in their