Crazy (Dream song)

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Single by Dream featuring Loon and P. Diddy
from the album Reality
Released June 2003 (U.S.)
Genre Urban contemporary
Length 4:00
Label Bad Boy Records
Writer(s) Thelma Guyton, Loon (rapper), Adonis Shropshire, Scott Storch
Producer(s) Scott Storch, Diddy
Dream singles chronology
"This Is Me"
Loon singles chronology
"Hit the Freeway"
"Down for Me"

"Crazy" is a single released in 2003 by the girl group, Dream. It was the group's last single before they disbanded, until they got back together in 2015. However, they broke up a second time a year later.


"Crazy" features a guest appearance by rapper Loon. The song was originally titled "Krazy" and featured rapper Eve, but the name was changed to "Crazy". However, the digital version of Reality lists the track under its original title of "Krazy". It was also Dream's only single to feature member Kasey Sheridan.

Music video[edit]

The music video took place in a Middle Eastern setting. It showed the girls wearing harem-like costumes and dancing in a very provocative style. According to MTV News, this new "sexed-up" style was not welcomed by the group and was one of the factors that led to their break-up.[1] Matthew Rolston directed the video.

Track listings[edit]

US Promo
  1. Crazy [Main Version]
  2. Crazy [Main Version W/O Rap]
  3. Crazy [Instrumental]


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