South Africa's Die Antwoord has mad a new music video after splitting with Interscope over creative differences. They have created their own label, TEN$ION, where they can do whatever the fuck they want, if for less money. The song hits really hard, and the video is appropriately creepy. And the lyrics are a bit shocking out of context.
For American viewers, who are more sensitive to certain language, Ninja has made a video called "Faggot," in which he explains DJ Hi-Tek's verse. In short, DJ Hi-Tek is homosexual, says the word has no power over him, etc. Ninja also explains the meaning of "Fok Julle Naaiers," which essentially means "Fuck you all" in Afrikaans.
Here's that video first, which I recommend watching, as it helps one to appreciate the actual meaning and context of the lyrics:
Now that Ninja has laid some knowledge on you, enjoy Die Antwoord's newest music video for "Fok Julle Naaiers":
And yes, this does signal the coming of a new album, and I can hardly wait!