Next Level Hip Hop: Bold Satanism!
What in the hell is this shyte? This was my first thought when I saw this video. This is a South African group called, Die Antwoord, categorized in the rap/rave genre. They are from the literal streets and are being promoted heavily in the USA. I saw them on the Jimmey Kimmel show as the featured musical act. I could not believe my eyes as I watched, the singer Yo-Landi, looking like a demon. The “rapper” Ninja, with his intelligible rifts claims to be a talented rapper and a masked DJ.
She does in fact have a distinct voice, because she is a grown woman, who has the voice of a child. They say they are on some “next level shit”; but, the only “next level” they are bringing is Satanism in Hip Hop. There is nothing new about their music in America. It is clearly nothing more than a recreation of the beginning stages of rap music in the USA. What does stand out is the reoccurring theme of the occult and Satanism. It is a shame because their record “Fok Julle Naaiers” is pretty damn phat, until the creepy dude at the end spits his rape rap.
Their plan is to use shock value to gain a following. They are very good at achieving this! The backdrop of their music videos takes advantage of the bizarre photography of Roger Ballen. The question is: Why have major late night networks embraced them? Their concerts are sold out and the satanic following has jumped on the bandwagon. You will see many people with tattoos of the devil, skulls, and 666. This is all promoted and presented under the umbrella of art and creativity.
Gone are the days of researchers decoding occult objects in the video. I really do not have to say much else. Just watch the video, of their “Tension Trailer.” BTW, that is her 7-year-old daughter, you will see! Below is the official disturbing video for, “I Fink U Freeky” and it is full of occult images, demons, and more!
I will put an end to all witchcraft, and there will be no more fortune-tellers.
PS: Die Antwoord makes Lady Gaga seem Nickelodeon chic.