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So hot right now: music videos based on vintage video games. The latest clip in this vein is the new video for Omar-S‘ “Who’s in Key,” a track featuring fellow Detroit veteran Theo Parrish that first appeared on High School Graffiti, the five-track EP he put together for Scion A/V earlier this year. Although the concept may not be 100% original, this video does present an interesting twist on the idea, as many of the visuals replicate what your Nintendo games looked like when there was something wrong and the graphics started to distort. Back then, you would have pulled out the cartridge and blown like hell inside the machine. This time around, you can sit back and simply enjoy Omar-S and his melodic house vibes. (via FADER)