You all know how we love to get crunk alongside our favorite celebs and this past weekend was no different.
GlobalGrind caught up with celeb stylist gone club hitmaker O'Neal McKnight on the set of his video shoot for the party anthem "Crazy."
The New York set was packed with legends, including director Sarah McColgan and world renowned DJ Cassidy who referred to the song as a "true party starter."
Acting as O'Neal's hypeman, comedian JB Smoove made sure he was "keeping it real, keeping it old school" in metallic silver roller skates.
Visions for the video came to life while everyone on the set popped bottles of Ciroc provided by Diddy. Stylist Miriam Sternoff said her idea for O'Neal's swag was to "take his retro-urban feel and collaborate that" while keeping the video's models decked in "over the top" gear.
McColgan kept her mouth shut about any more surprises to expect, but with creative direction from Legendary Damon, we can't wait to see the finished product.
Packed with eccentric clothing and non-stop dancing, the visuals for "Crazy" promise a scene reminiscent of downtown city life. You'll love the real deal when it finally drops, but for now enjoy the behind the scenes dopeness brought to you by GlobalGrind!