New Release: Cheryl Cole feat. Tinie Tempah “Crazy Stupid Love” Directed by Colin Tilley

Posted by Doug Klinger on June 13, 2014 in New Releases

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One day, when I finally get my money right, I’ll get invited to an awesome warehouse dance party, all my attractive friends will be there, and we’ll freak dance until 4am. It’ll be amazing. Until then, I can just watch Cheryl Cole’s video for “Crazy Stupid Love” feat. Tinie Tempah to see what that life will be like. Directed by Colin Tilley, "Crazy Stupid Love" is full of fly ladies and dudes, lots of style, and endless badass dance moves – all the things my dreams are made off. Both Cheryl and Tinie are effortlessly charismatic, and they both look super cool, too. Tilley is able to keep the energy high throughout the four-minute video, and there are plenty of neon lights, exposed brick, and Beats pills to go around.

“Crazy Stupid Love” was produced by London Alley Entertainment and can be downloaded as a single now.

Doug Klinger is the co-founder/content director of IMVDb and watches more music videos than anyone on earth. You can find him on twitter at @doug_klinger.

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