Vic Mensa and Joey Purp make appearances in their SaveMoney teammate KAMI's '80s-inspired video "Home Movies." Premiered today (Oct. 20) on Pitchfork, the funny romp finds a weary waitress (played by Kelly Bode) daydreaming of going to prom with the guy she secretly likes instead of wiping down greasy countertops. KAMI, Vic and Joey play the background music while the hopeless romantic dances with her

KAMI is a member of SaveMoney, the Chi-Town clique first started by Vic Mensa. KAMI has been a member of the collective since it's inception in the guys high school years and also plays as one half of Leather Corduroys with Purp. This new single and video displays SaveMoney's mosh posh patchwork of music styles.

Though Purp and KAMI have dropped the project Season in early 2015, "Home Movies" will serve as the lead single off KAMI's solo debut project.

SaveMoney has been keeping fans supplied with a consistent stream of music this past few years. Vic dropped his first project under Def Jam, There's A Lot Going On in June. Joey on the other hand dropped his newest effort iiiDrops in May.

Watch Joey, Vic and KAMI give their best diner performance in the "Home Movies" above.

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