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Cape Town's Die Antwoord put a donk on the world with their third album, which is both comical and menacing. A molotov cocktail of ideas, Donker Mag contains loping Beastie Boys-esque raps ("Rat Trap 666," "Raging Zef Boner"), punk rallying cries over hard acid techno ("Happy Go Sucky Fucky," "Pitbull Terrier"), and a pair of darkly psychedelic love duets ("Strunk," Aphex Twin-sampling "Ugly Boy"). Crazy skits punctuate the mix, capitalizing on the yin-yang of Ninja's aggressive snarl and Yolandi Visser's creepy-cute whisper.

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Die Antwoord <New> Sound?

Let me preface this by saying I am most definitely a die hard Die Antwoord fan. I have been pumped for this album since they first announced that they were working on it. After listening through it a few times I am still not sure whether I like it or not. Firstly, the songs are very different from anything Die Antwoord has produced in the past. There is much more singing incorperated and it leaves you with a dewy/misty/dream-like feeling after most of the songs. This pairs very well with Yolandi's signature style, but I felt like Ninja kind of seemed out of place. The album also relies a lot more heavily on more repetitive pop-y beats than many of their previous albums, giving it a much more "polished" feel than what is typically associated with their sound. It has lots of beauty, but also it is not so much a "hype" album like many of their previous rap-heavy "zef style" tracks.
In summary, the album is very different from their previous stuff. Not my favorite album but I'm still a hug fan. Can't wait to see how their sound continues to evolve!

Pros: stunning, wonder-land like feelings dripping off many of the tracks. Yolandi's talent is highlighted excellently by this style
Cons: loses some of the "raw", gritty, edgy sounds associated with other Die Antwoord albums.


Even if you don't like Die Antwoord, you like Die Antwoord. This album is FKN AMAZING. Buy it now.

Classic Waddy

This is a great album. I can tell some people are confused by it.
I read comments saying "not as gritty as their previous work" and "Hope they get back to their roots on the next album". Those people have no idea who "Die Antwoord" really is.
Die Antwoord is a concept, just like everything else Waddy has done in the past. I highly suggest, if you are a fan, to delve into their earlier work.


Formed: 2008 in Cape Town, South Africa

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Emerging from Cape Town, South Africa, the electronic hip-hop duo Die Antwoord struck Internet viral gold with their video hit "Enter the Ninja," but they're really conceptual artists Watkin Tudor Jones and Yo-Landi Vi$$er presenting their "inner zef." Before assuming the roles of Ninja and Yo-Landi for Die Antwoord, the two were involved with satirical projects like MaxNormal.TV -- which saw them wearing three-piece business suits and delivering motivational hip-hop -- and the Constructus Corporation:...
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