Are we in a new golden age of music videos?

q This' Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman debate whether the music video has evolved to become truly important once again.
Drake gave away the project's entire $996,631.90 budget in his "God's Plan" video. (YouTube/Screenshot)
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Remember popping a blank VHS tape into the VCR to record your favourite music videos? We might be a long way from the so-called golden age of music videos on TV, but with new releases such as Drake's "God's Plan," is it possible that music videos have evolved to be truly important once again?

q This' Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman join us to debate this question and reveal their favourite music video of all time.

Produced by Mitch Pollock

q This' Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman debate whether the music video has evolved to become truly important once again. 15:33

PUP, 'Old Wounds'

Charlotte Day Wilson, 'Work'

Drake, 'God's Plan'

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