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The Best (And, Ick, Worst) NSFW Music Videos Ever

03/12/2014 01:03 EDT | Updated 03/13/2014 07:59 EDT
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Have you seen the new video for Kevin Drew's “Good Sex," the first single from his forthcoming album "Darlings" yet? If you haven't, you definitely should. It's dreamy and romantic and sexy and you should just hit play right now and start swooning. Unless you're currently at your place of work, in which case you should probably wait until you get home.

The video does feature a lot of real-life couples kissing, licking, and getting half-naked as they prepare to have, well, good sex. In other words, it’s not safe for work. In acronyms, it’s NSFW.

That's right, Drew is the latest artist to break free of television broadcast standards and make an internet-friendly music video that is provocative, groundbreaking and/or boob-filled and contribute to the burgeoning NSFW video genre. (See also, Beyonce's new 'Partition' music video that has Bill O'Reilly so flustered.)

And we were so inspired by his efforts (and/or so excited to have a professional excuse to watch a steady stream of naughty bits all day) that we compiled this comprehensive list of music videos that are, for one reason or another (but mostly boobs) not safe for work consumption.

We've selected 55 clips in total, including our ten best and ten worst choices. (Yes, the worst list includes Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake, Madonna, Kanye and Miley.)

We've also made a helpful and comprehensive list of the work-unfriendly content of each video so that you can know exactly what you're missing if you’re looking at this in a traditionally professional setting.

Enjoy (from the comfort of your own home).

Best And Worst NSFW Music Video