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Die Antwoord's Blog – November 2010 Archive (6)

Die Antwoord Describe their Style and Slang to MTV


Added by Die Antwoord on November 28, 2010 at 9:49pm — No Comments

Die Antwoord's Double Cover of Germany's Spex Magazine

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Added by Die Antwoord on November 20, 2010 at 12:20pm — No Comments

Die Antwoord talk $O$ with MTV

South Africa's Die Antwoord first made a splash in the States earlier this year with their stunningly edited, sometimes-creepy video for "Enter the Ninja." The song, a mix of rave, rap and the uniquely childlike voice of the duo's female contingent, Yo-Landi Vi$$er, was only an introduction into their world.

"Our style is incredibly, like, WWF, too fast, too furious, but the ingredients are South African," rapper Ninja told MTV News about the band's sound and… Continue

Added by Die Antwoord on November 19, 2010 at 9:03am — No Comments

Die Antwoord provides rare originality

Lyrics like, "Been cut so deep, feel no pain. It's not sore" show that even though the band does come with pretty hard-core personas, they still maintain the ability to talk openly about actually feeling apart from the typical type of heartfelt music that only touches on relationships and breakups. It is like they're not trying to fit into a category in order to gain fans, they're just being Die Antwoord and not really worrying about who they're impressing besides…


Added by Die Antwoord on November 3, 2010 at 4:34pm — No Comments

Last Night: Die Antwoord At Stereo Live

"Rich B****" was Yo-Landi's showcase song, where she chronicled her slummy upbringing before the international verbage of hip-hop came into her life. Solo her flow is otherworldly, sounding like nothing we have heard at least. "Fish Paste" is the only song we know of that can rock the s*** out of a Mariah Carey sample while still giving you the uber-creeps.

Check out the full live review with photographs over on…


Added by Die Antwoord on November 3, 2010 at 4:33pm — No Comments

Confrontational South African trio strut the thin line between madness and genius.

"Is this Die Antwoord terrible, like the worst thing ever, or the most amazing thing in the entire universe?" That is the rhetorical question posed on the press release for this debut Die Antwoord long-player by the group’s snarling MC and figurehead, Ninja (or Watkin Tudor Jones as his mum knows him). Inevitably, perhaps, the answer lies somewhere in between; but that $O$ struts the thin line between madness and genius, or more accurately between provocative wilfulness and striking…


Added by Die Antwoord on November 3, 2010 at 4:28pm — No Comments


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