South African party rap crew Die Antwoord have taken to their official Facebook page to offer their side of reports alleging that duo Ninja and Yolandi Visser stole their style as well as design elements and lyrics from a group of troubled South African youths. In a story released by Johannesburg newspaper City Press, Cape
There’s plenty of stuff to make you feel uncomfortable in Die Antwoord’s visual stimulus for their current single Cookie Thumper. But fortunately beneath the creepy, toothless drug dealer, Yo-Landi Vi$$er urinating in a hallway and the overwhelming sense of pedophilia, there’s a thumper of a track to get you though it all. That said, it’s
Die Antwoord could almost be mistaken for larger-than-life characters from a distant planet and so it’s only fitting they’ve been cast in a new sci-fi comedy film. The duo of Yo-Landi Vi$$er and Ninja will play themselves in Neill Blomkamp’s (Elysium, District 9) next film, Chappie. Die Antwoord fans who paid attention to last year’s
Die Antwoord have posted a YouTube clip in which bandmates Yo-Landi Vi$$er and Ninja respond to numerous comments made by individuals who were either fascinated or flabbergasted by the South African group’s new music video Fatty Boom Boom. Of course this being Die Antwoord, the video reply isn’t simply Ninja and Yo-Landi looking down the
Some people can’t take a joke. Then again, if you were depicted as having a Parktown Prawn (thanks Music Feeds reader Mark) extracted from your nether regions, you might be a little upset as well. That’s exactly the kind of nuttiness that has Lady Gaga in a huff after Die Antwoord parodied the pop diva
Die Antwoord haven’t made a reputation for themselves by being subtle.
International ambassadors of Zef, Die Antwoord, have unveiled their latest video effort. A teaser for the forthcoming clip for Fatty Boom Boom (currently of ‘coming soon’ status) the clip also takes time to address a very important and hilarious issue…
South African rap-ravers Die Antwoord have just released a new music video for their latest single Baby’s on Fire from their 2012 record Ten$Ion.
Kings of quirky in the rap world, Die Antwoord, have performed live on US talk show Letterman.
South African hip hop trio Die Antwoord have released a new music video for their track “I Funk U Freeky”, which will be their first track from their forthcoming second album TEN$ION. The new album, featuring 13 tracks, was recorded and produced by South African DJ Hi-Tek, and will be released via the band’s own
South African hip hop trio Die Antwoord have announced some Australian tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Future Music Festival line-up in March. They’ll be playing two shows, one at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney and one at the Prince Bandroom in Melbourne. Die Antwoord are the blistering trio of rap-ravers,
Die Antwoord have released a pretty creepy new trailer for their second album TEN$ION, which is due for release on the 7th of February. The trailer goes along the same theme as the album artwork released at the end of last year. The first single, I Fink U Freeky, has also given us a good
South African hip hop trio Die Antwoord have released details of their second album TEN$ION, which is due for release on the 7th of February. The release will have the creepy album cover, which you can see above. Featuring 13 tracks, it was recorded and produced by South African DJ Hi-Tek, and will be released
DJ Leon Botha has died the day after he turned 26. Botha had suffered from progeria ( A rare genetic condition that aged him prematurely) since he was four. He starred in the Enter the Ninja video by Die Antwood and also Dj’d under the name DJ $olarize. Botha was also a full-time painter, doing