Much like his previous video, for "The Right," featuring Jean Grae and Wrekonize, DJ I-Dee's latest video is also based on his beloved early 16-bit video games. "Swollen Dome/1991" features another downtempo-ish track (mostly "Swollen Dome," with "1991" just at the end), with just enough scratching, and the wunderkind battle champ's signature goofy samples. This video sees a little baseball-hatted dude dodging flying spiky cubes, leaping over legos, and making a series of phone calls that always end in rejection. Wait for around 2:25 for a sort of cameo by DJ Craze (and rest assured that the real-life Craze is a whole lote nicer than he might appear here!). Follow the jump to watch the video.
(Photo by Ivylise Simones.)
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