Brad Paisley released a star-studded music video for his latest single “No I in Beer” on Wednesday.

The video, which the country singer edited himself, features more than 225 people, including fans from 39 countries across the globe and some of Paisley's famous friends. The track was released in April.

Stars including Peyton Manning, Clayton Kershaw, Carrie Underwood, Jimmie Allen, Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Darius Rucker, Lindsay Ell and more make appearances throughout the video.

ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos even appears in the video alongside his wife Ali Wentworth.

Paisley previously told “GMA” that he feels “No I in Beer” is a lighthearted connector during these times.

"It's been fun to watch this take on this meaning of sort of defiance," he said about the track. "It's sort of a way, like the world is screwed up and things are strange, but we can all have a beer together some way."

Since the song’s initial release, the country star said it's "taken on such a life of its own" and led to everything from crashed Zoom drinking parties to a viral TikTok challenge he's even attempted.

"The way that people have utilized this -- they've been doing these 'beersketball' videos on TikTok and I've loved it," he said.

Footage of these hilarious moments can be seen in the new music video.

Paisley also shared a clip earlier this week featuring himself with McGraw, Rucker and Allen putting together a piece of the music video during a Zoom call.

"How you make a music video in a pandemic....with over 225 of your friends," Paisley wrote alongside the clip.