Billboard has listed its picks for the 100 best music videos of the 21st century, and Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” tops the list as the music industry publication’s #1 video.

The list, notes Billboard, isn’t a scientific one but based on the top picks of the magazine’s staffers, with Billboard “reflecting on the evolution of the music video with a week’s worth of content about the form’s past, present, and future.”

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Canadian artists on the list include Grimes (whose “Kill v. Maim” video came in at #85), Justin Bieber (“Sorry” at #55), Drake (“HYFR” at #47 and “Hotline Bling” at #16), Avril Lavigne (“Complicated” at #41) and Carly Rae Jepsen (“Call Me Maybe” at #31).

In descending order, here are Billboard‘s top 5:

5. Outkast: “Hey Ya” (dir. Bryan Barber, 2003)

4. Beyonce: “Formation” (dir. Melina Matsoukas, 2016)

3. D’Angelo: “Untitled (How Does It Feel?)” (dir. Paul Hunter, 2000)

2. Missy Elliott: “Work It” (dir. Dave Meyers, 2002)

1. Lady Gaga: “Bad Romance” (dir. Francis Lawrence, 2009)

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