NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Music Video

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This page lists the winners and nominees for the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Music Video. Currently Alicia Keys holds the record for most wins in this category with five.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

1990s[edit]

Year Artist Video Ref
1992
Natalie Cole "Unforgettable" [1]
1993
Michael Jackson "Black or White" [2]
1994
Whitney Houston "I'm Every Woman" [3]
1995 N/A
1996
TLC "Waterfalls" [4]
1997
R. Kelly "I Believe I Can Fly" [5]
1998
God's Property "Stomp" [6]
Babyface "Every Time I Close My Eyes"
Boyz II Men "4 Seasons of Loneliness"
Will Smith "Men in Black"
Erykah Badu "Next Lifetime"
1999
Will Smith "Just the Two of Us" [7]

2000s[edit]

Year Artist Video Ref
2000
Will Smith "Wild Wild West" [8]
Lauryn Hill "Everything is Everything"
R. Kelly "If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time"
TLC "No Scrubs"
TLC "Unpretty"
2001
R. Kelly "I Wish" [9]
Aaliyah "Try Again"
Eric Benét "When You Think of Me"
Mary J. Blige "Your Child"
Janet Jackson "Doesn't Really Matter"
2002
Michael Jackson "You Rock My World" [10]
Aaliyah "Rock the Boat"
The Isley Brothers "Contagious"
Janet Jackson "All for You"
Alicia Keys "Fallin'"
2003
India Arie "Little Things [11]
Erykah Badu and Common "Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)"
Mary J. Blige "No More Drama"
LL Cool J "Luv U Better"
Usher "U Don't Have to Call"
2004
Luther Vandross "Dance with My Father" [12]
Beyoncé (feat. Jay Z) "Crazy in Love"
India Arie "The Truth"
Outkast "Hey Ya!"
Outkast "The Way You Move"
2005
Alicia Keys "If I Ain't Got You" [13]
Jill Scott "Golden"
Usher and Alicia Keys "My Boo"
Usher (feat. Ludacris and Lil Jon) "Yeah!"
Kanye West "Jesus Walks"
2006
Alicia Keys "Unbreakable" [14]
Common "Testify"
Mariah Carey "We Belong Together"
Destiny's Child "Stand Up for Love"
Kanye West "Diamonds from Sierra Leone"
2007
Mary J. Blige "Be Without You" [15]
Beyoncé "Irreplaceable"
India Arie "I Am Not My Hair"
Jay Z "Show Me What You Got"
Prince "Black Sweat"
2008
Alicia Keys "Like You'll Never See Me Again" [16]
Beyoncé and Shakira "Beautiful Liar"
Mary J. Blige "Just Fine"
John Legend "Show Me"
Kanye West "Stronger"
2009
will.i.am "Yes We Can" [17]
Beyoncé "If I Were a Boy"
Beyoncé "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"
Jennifer Hudson "Spotlight"
Alicia Keys "Superwoman"

2010s[edit]

Year Artist Video Ref
2010
Whitney Houston "I Look to You" [18]
The Black Eyed Peas "Boom Boom Pow"
Jamie Foxx (feat. T-Pain) "Blame It"
Alicia Keys "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart"
Maxwell "Pretty Wings"
2011
Alicia Keys "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)" [19]
Beyoncé "Why Don't You Love Me"
Maxwell "Fistful of Tears"
Sade "Soldier of Love"
Willow Smith "Whip My Hair"
2012
Jennifer Hudson "Where You At?" [20]
Adele "Someone Like You"
Beyoncé "I Was Here"
Mary J. Blige "25/8"
Jill Scott "Hear My Call"
2013
Alicia Keys "Girl on Fire" [21]
CeeLo Green "This Christmas"
Kem "You're on My Mind"
Bruno Mars "Locked Out of Heaven"
Miguel "Adorn"
2014
Janelle Monáe (feat. Erykah Badu) "Q.U.E.E.N." [22]
India Arie "Cocoa Butter"
Alicia Keys (feat. Maxwell) "Fire We Make"
John Legend "Made to Love"
Bruno Mars "Treasure"
2015
John Legend "You & I (Nobody in the World)" [23]
Beyoncé "Pretty Hurts"
Michael Jackson (feat. Justin Timberlake) "Love Never Felt So Good"
Kem "It’s You"
Kendrick Lamar "i"
2016
Tyrese Gibson "Shame" [24]
Alabama Shakes "Sound & Color"
Janet Jackson (feat. J. Cole) "No Sleeep"
The Weeknd "Can't Feel My Face"
Pharrell Williams "Freedom"
2017
Beyoncé "Formation" [25]
Johnny Gill (feat. New Edition) "This One's for Me and You"
Alicia Keys "In Common"
Bruno Mars "24K Magic"
Solange "Cranes in the Sky"

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Wins[edit]

Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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  20. ^ "2012 Image Award Winners". Awards and Winners. Retrieved August 2, 2016. 
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  22. ^ Couch, Aaron (February 22, 2014). "2014 Image Winners". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved August 2, 2016. 
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