Can you ttell us where to find the World Trade Center in this music video?
Jay-Z: Dead Presidents (1996)
The towers appear in the background of this music video numerous times, most noticeably at :49, 1:22, 1:34, 1:54, 1:59, 3:09, and 4:18. - JR
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Jefferson Starship: We Built This City (1985)
The towers are shown (usually represented in a stylized skyline) backdrop several times during the latter half of the music video, most prominently at 2:33, 3:29 (looks like just the North Tower in this one), 3:58 (don't blink), 4:01, repeatedly from 4:03 to 4:08, 4:19, 4:26, and from 4:45 through the end of the video. . - JR
The towers are shown numerous times throughout the music video, beginning with the very first shot. - JR
"Last year  the Headhunters released a seventh album, 'Songs from the Grass String Ranch.' Among its songs is 'Louisiana Coco,' which also is the group's latest video. Among its images: band members hanging out at the base of the twin towers of New York City's World Trade Center. It was shot in May, long before the suicide attacks that reduced the buildings to rubble.
"'Where all that stuff's piled now, we were all in amongst that,' said Richard Young. 'It's hard to believe.'"
"The music video, which was helmed by German director Marcus Nispel and filmed in the World Trade Center, features [Lil' Kim and Puff Daddy] riding up and down escaltors while rapping. ... Kim makes a reference to the video in the 2005 single 'Whoa' when she says: '...told you I'm the same bitch from the escalator...' - Wikipedia
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Limp Bizkit: Rollin' (2001)
Where to find the Twin Towers:
Everywhere; the band performs the song on the observation deck at night. - JR
Madonna: Like a Virgin (1984)
The WTC is easy to spot in this one, unfortunately, the (paranoid?) Warner Bros. Records won't let anyone embed the official music video. - JR
Madonna: Papa Don't Preach (1986)
Another music video Warner Bros. Records won't let anyone embed. The towers are seen in the first couple of split-second shots, again (just the bases of the buildings) during the little dance on the ferry beginning at 3:06, and finally at 3:57. (And, yes, "Papa" is Danny Aiello.) - JR
Madonna: Ray of Light (1998)
Rounding out our trio of Madonna music video Warner Bros. Records won't allow anyone to embed (and to add insult, this one is preceded by a commercial)... Several split-second shots of the WTC in this one; don't blink or you'll miss them. - JR
McBride, Martina: Wild Angels (1995)
There's some gorgeous photography in this one, making the most of NYC locations. The towers first appear at 1:08, then repeatedly (1:27; 2:01; 2:50; 3:05; 3:27; 3:53; 3:58; 4:06; 4:20; 4:27) in essentially the same shot, every time McBride sings the chorus; the nicest is the last, at 4:36. - JR