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Watch: ‘Key & Peele’ Find a Haven From Racism in Hilarious ‘Negrotown’ Sketch

Watch: 'Key & Peele' Find a Haven From Racism in Hilarious 'Negrotown' Sketch

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With events around the country reigniting a national discussion around racism, “Key and Peele” may have found the solution.

The reliably hilarious sketch comedy duo has unveiled “Negrotown,” a haven from police brutality, suspicious cab drivers and pervasive stereotyping. As Keegan-Michael Key’s new visitor sums it up, “This sounds too good to be true!”

As is typical for “Key & Peele,” the five-minute video is superbly produced, while Jordan Peele’s musical number is brilliantly subversive on a number of levels. Without giving anything else away, check out “Negrotown” above.

The fifth season of “Key and Peele” premieres July 8.

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