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Top 5 Keith Urban Music Videos of All-Time

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Discover the top five most popular Keith Urban music videos of all time.

No. 5 “Polaroid”

One of Urban’s latest releases, “Polaroid,” is such a fun song with an epic music video. The video shows Urban playing his guitar and singing along at a party that is frozen in time for a moment. The song has been an instant summertime classic. The music video is nominated for the coveted Video of the Year award at the 2020 CMT Music Awards.

No. 4 “One Too Many”

Although this is a new song for Urban, the video has racked up over five million views. Although his duet with Pink is on his country record, even Urban himself admits that the song is not country.

“I can’t label what the song is,” he said in a recent interview. “It’s not country. It’s just a great song, about a very universal situation.” The situation he mentions is the song’s story of two people who are drinking alone and realize that they should be drinking together.

No. 3 “Somebody Like You”

Who could forget “Somebody Like You”? Urban released the track on his 2002 album, Golden Road. The music video features Urban and his signature guitar in nature and beautiful mountain scenery. He even brings out his banjo to jam with his band. The song was Urban’s second No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The song itself was featured in How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days film.

No. 2 “The Fighter”

Urban collaborated with friend and fellow country star Carrie Underwood. The music video features the two dueling vocals in a boxing ring. Inbetween their vocal performances, a woman is seen performing impressive choreography. The song was off of his 2015 record, Ripcord. Urban also went viral for doing a karaoke version of his song alongside his wife Nicole Kidman in their car.

The All-Time No. 1 Keith Urban Music Video

Urban’s fan-favorite song and music video is “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” The music video has over 288 million views to date. The black and white video has Urban performing in a bar serenading a sad woman who is drinking alone.