Key & Peele "Rap Album Confessions" Sketch

Posted by , Aug 9, 2015 at 06:14pm

Key & Peele lampoon rap album confessions in their latest skit.


Key & Peele are still going strong in their fifth and final season. Last night's episodes featured a skit called "Rap Album Confessions" in which Key, playing a police detective, attempted to extract a murder confession from Peele, playing multiplatinum-selling rapper Gun Rack who looks like a cross between Iamsu! & Ice Cube circa N.W.A.

The sketch is somewhat reminiscent of Dave Chappelle's timeless "Tupac is Alive/Wrote This Song In '94" skit. Key's character is certain that Gun Rack is guilty of the murder of Darnell Simmons because he described such a murder in his album I Killed Darnell Simmons. Gun Rack denies the accusation, saying it was a concept album and he simply has a "vivid imagination."

Key & Peele lampoon rap album confessions in their latest skit.

Key & Peele are still going strong in their fifth and final season. Last night's episodes featured a skit called "Rap Album Confessions" in which Key, playing a police detective, attempted to extract a murder confession from Peele, playing multiplatinum-selling rapper Gun Rack who looks like a cross between Iamsu! & Ice Cube circa N.W.A.

The sketch is somewhat reminiscent of Dave Chappelle's timeless "Tupac is Alive/Wrote This Song In '94" skit. Key's character is certain that Gun Rack is guilty of the murder of Darnell Simmons because he described such a murder in his album I Killed Darnell Simmons. Gun Rack denies the accusation, saying it was a concept album and he simply has a "vivid imagination."

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