South African hip-hop group Die Antwoord has five albums up its sleeve that are ready to go, according to Consequence of Sound.
The first album in their line of releases is $O$, which they named "because if we didn't make it with this album we were gonna be f*cked," Ninja said.
The second album has already been previewed. The group started sampling it last December. No title was mentioned, however.
The third album will be called The Voice and will be featured as Yolandi's solo album. The fourth album will be a Ninja solo album entitled Dominator, which Ninja said would be released at the same time as The Voice to see which one of them sells more copies. And unfortunately, the fifth album is still being kept a secret; not that we didn't just get a pretty significant preview of all of Die Antwoord's plans, though. The group plans to shake up the pop scene over the next five years.
Five albums! My goodness. I have my doubts that all five albums will come to fruition. Will the masses still care about Die Antwoord in five years? Only time will tell.
2) Untitled Die Antwoord Album
3) The Voice (Yolandi Solo Album)
4) Dominator (Ninja Solo Album)
5) Untitled "Secret" Die Antwoord Album
April 8: Tame Impala @ Fox Pomona
April 9: Odesza and Robert DeLong @ Glasshouse
April 18: Charles Bradley @ The Roxy
April 20: Zion I & The Grough and Eligh @ Brooklyn Bowl
So what happened to them?
The whole family!
Wait..is she kind of attractive?
Flight Facilities 02/25 @ Fonda
It's the new look of Zef.
RIP this guy?
Musician Leon Botha, perhaps best known for his work with Die Antwoord, died Sunday, June 5, from complications of the rapidly aging disease progeria. He had celebrated his 26th birthday a day before.
Flight Facilities 02/25 @ Fonda
If you haven't already check out Constructus Corporation, one of their earlier projects that really shows their actual talent, I am pretty into it really, and I encourage you to check it out. The album comes as a part of an 88 page graphic novel written by Ninja or Waddy, who has been referred to as the "South African Kool Keith". Dont know if I'd go that far but I can def hear it in this first track,
Also this Maxnormal.tv video basically explains the idea behind die antwoord, pretty funny really."The mind is gone but the vibe is on."
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Cause this only really belongs here, flame on...
Always happy about new Die Antwoord.
7/31/15 - Melt Banana w/Torche @ Roxy // 8/22/15-8/23/15 - FYF Fest @ Exposition Park // 9/17/15 - Hum w/Mineral @ Regent //9/26/15 - Titus Andronicus @ Roxy
10/20/15 - Blur @ Hollywood Bowl // 11/12/15 - Desaparacidos @ Teragram Ballroom // 11/21/15 - Blind Guardian @ City National Grove of Anaheim
Yolandi is so damn hot!!!
This was weird.
August 1 - Human Bodies
August 15 - Metz
September 1 - Gwar
September 14 - GY!BE
September 19 - Chelsea Wolfe
September 20 - Titus Andronicus
September 25 - Kraftwerk
October 1 - The Zombies
October 13 - Autechre
October 14 - Ghost
November 7 - FFF/Mayhem/Watain/Rotting Christ
March 24 - David Gilmour
I woke up to that on my facebook feed. I love that they kill Pitbull in it. Guess people still care about Die Antwoord 4 years later, wish I had a ticket to their Fonda show next week.
St.Vincent-Florence-BrandNew-Desaparecidos-OFF-ChicanoBatman-MØ-NightTerrorsOf1927-Drake... nah, just kidding, Fuck Drake