A few months ago, South Africa's internet sensation Die Antwoord came to LA to meet a few odd celebs (David Lynch, etc.) and to put their signatures on a big-deal contract with Interscope. Now we can finally see the first fruits of the "novelty" act's bigger budgets.
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"Evil Boy" dropped over the weekend and it's harder, more complex (it's like a suite of themes cobbled together by MVP mixer Diplo) and stranger than the previously "funnier" installments of the Ninja/Yo-Landi/other person saga.
You get little cartoon boys with huge boners, young South African black rapper MC Wanga (yup, a black South African--that should shut up some of the race-sensitive critics of the Die Antwoord phenomenon), maybe a little homophobia (Wanga warns "gays" who want to touch his boner in the bush that it's not for them), Yo-Landi wearing a suit made of white rats, Ninja spitting his crassest verses, a set made of boners, and Yo-Landi being tough and playing a satanic rip-off hooker. Over a guy's boner.