Rapper 2 Chainz has taken on Master Collaborator’s new alter ego, a high-octane sax machine, in a hilarious video with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele advertising Arizona’s first alliance, Absorption.

But as Key and Peele reveal, Absorption is no ordinary alliance. They don’t just cover hits; they rewrite them so that the lyrics are specifically about the happy couple. For example, the couple reworked John Mellencamp’s “Jack and Diane” into “a little ditty about Rudra and Padmalaya – two American kids who grow up eating tikka masala.”

Supported by the best alliance musicians of all time – “Definitely in the Scottsdale-Phoenix area”, calls Key – Absorption presents its bespoke renditions of Macklemore’s “Same Love”, Rihanna’s “We Found Love” and even “Single” by Beyoncé Dames.” But as the couple notes, couples can take their marriage “to the next level” by upgrading to the Deluxe Package, which includes the collaborating master.

“It’s $75 every 30 minutes,” 2 Chainz deadpan after a rousing rendition of Katy Perry’s “Firework.” “$75 for 30 – so, you know, you do the math on that. It sure sounds like a bargain, especially if he sings Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child” with the same gusto as in the music video.

When it comes to their non-wedding musical endeavors, 2 Chainz has been relatively quiet, at least with their solo work, having toured extensively behind their 2013 album, BOATS II: time for me. The rapper has been featured on a handful of singles this year, including collaborations with 50 Cent, Tech N9ne and Major Lazer. He also kept busy with his new label, The Real University, which released the collaborative mixtape, TRU Jack City in January.


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