Michael Jackson - They Don't Care About Us (The Music Videos by Spike Lee)

Music-Television music videos for Michael Jackson's song They Don't Care About Us, directed by Spike Lee

Music Television is proud to present two different music video versions, known as the Prison Version and the Brazil Version, of Michael Jackson's song titled They Don't Care About Us. Both versions were directed by Spike Lee.

The first video featured below, the Prison Version, is most prophetic for American people today. When it was released in 1996, it was considered too controversial and politically incorrect at the time. The song and the video was kept off of most television and radio networks in the U.S. and Brazil. However, it is amazing how these videos are as relevant today, if not more, than when they were made.

Press the play button, choose high-res & full screen and you'll be able sit back and enjoy Michael's music video automatically followed by several hours of handpicked music videos from different artists to explore. Press forward to skip any video or click the rewind button to replay or return to previous songs. Enjoy!

Michael Jackson - They Don't Care About Us (Prison Version)

This next version below, known as the Brazil Version, was also brushed aside by the establishment, for it gave poor Brazilian people voice, and at the time, it pathetically wasn't very diplomatic for the U.S. media establishment to embrace it.

Michael Jackson - They Don’t Care About Us (Brazil Version)

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