The video for “Fatty Boom Boom” features a man in drag playing Lady Gaga aborting an insect fetus, Yo-Landi Vi$$er wearing blackface, and a mural of a monster with the heads of Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Kayne West, Drake, Pit Bull, Lil Jon, and some random other guy. It is predictably NSFW.
Their videos just get stranger and stranger.
Also, a total mind warp.
I fink u very fashion forward, Die Antwoord. Alien Jiffy Pop and Skeezy Prep School. I honestly can’t pick which is my favorite look. And if you don’t know who Die Antwoord are, here.
Worth it just for Letterman’s reaction at the end. Here’s everyone’s favorite South African hip-hop outfit, complete with alien contact lenses and creepy masks, performing “I Fink U Freeky” on Old Uncle Dave’s show.
Not as “freeky” as some of their earlier videos, but still up to par.
After a falling out with their label, Interscope—who wanted the South African band to be more “middle-America friendly”—the band have released a new single, “Fok Julle Naaiers,” which translates to “F*ck You All.” Their next album, TEN$ION, will be released independently online, as they believe “CDs are like motherf*cking VHS.”
A must see for fans of Yolandi and Ninja … or anyone who is into pimped out wheel chairs and giant joints. Yolandi is quite possibly the most loveable thing on earth. Watch Video ›
“Listen here you fokken a$$hole, I don’t want to go to the bush with you…” It turns out there is a way deeper meaning to this (ridiculous) song that meets the eye. I did some research after I learned the truth from my South African friend. Here’s what I found out. (Warning: It gets graphic.) View List ›
Gold Hammer pants = Winning. Watch Video ›
Africa’s satirical rap superstars took over the internet this year with their video for “Enter The Ninja.” Last weekend they took over New York with a performance at the launch for Intel’s Creators Project, a new worldwide event series put on by VICE. Catch the insane pics and more video of the performance here. Watch Video ›
Even if these guys turned out to be fake, at least they’re really good at being hilarious. Watch Video ›
Meet your new favorite Afrikaans hip-hop group straight out of Cape Town: Die Antwoord. They released their first album last year, but their videos have just started to take off over the last few days (for obvious reasons). View List ›