MUST SEE TV: Die Antwoord + Harmony Korine

MOVIELINE: “We need to keep it gangsta and take our sh*t to the next level,” pleads Die Antwoord rapper Yo-Landi to Ninja, her partner in crime in the Harmony Korine-directed short Umshimi Wam (translation: ‘Bring me my machine gun’) . And just how do the South African zef hip-hoppers do just that? By pimping out their wheelchair rides, shooting guns in empty suburban parking lots, smoking comically large joints, and dreaming of life as “Gang$ta number one.” Watch the entirety of Umshini Wam. MORE

WIKIPEDIA: Die Antwoord (Afrikaans: “The Answer“)[2] is a raprave[3] group from Cape Town, South Africa consisting of three members: Ninja, Yo-Landi Vi$$er and DJ Hi-Tek. The band self-identifies as a mélange of several diverse cultures.[4]

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