1. Die Antwoord's continued use of Hip Hop (and all its trappings) as a function of expanding their audience from their MaxNormal days.. they got youtube viral adapting the 'isms' of hip hop, but now the Diplo sanctified Die Antwoord is all ready for mainstream global assault... its pretty much the idea that adapting the 'ghetto' and the 'ethnic' of Hip Hop as the bridges to other cultures... for anyone to utilize...
2. Albinism in its medical, occult/Black Magic, outsider position
3. Women's bodies and role: no nipples, and talking nipples, tagging on a woman's body, and Yo-Landi's gold-digging verse
4. The Occult
5. Evil Boy as Black male, South African Male, sexuality, the wolf to eat Little Red Riding Hood ("All the more to love you wiiiitthh!"), and him telling you he is not 'a gay'
6. Race: in particular the black Yo-Landi dancers in juxtaposition to Yo-Landi, Evil Boy and the vice-versa of keeping his manhood by staying a 'boy' and losing his manhood by becoming a 'man'... a slight reminder of U.S. Rap and the whole 'lil' prefix on thug/ghetto rappers.
7. Presentation of 'other' cultures: Our reception of Evil Boy's rejection of tradition (in this case male circumcision), reminds me of Westerners in college campuses talking about female circumcisions. Plus the fact that you wouldn't even know this until you read up on it... which adds the other commentary of whether that a fault of the artist or an indictment of our own ignorance? How much damage did they cause presenting output with little context? Then there is the adoption of Afrikaans as 'foreign' language and culture as passport to the world...
8. The hand of Diplo and colonization
9. Privilege: They got on Ice Cube, they got on Public Enemy, they got on 2 Live Crew, but who is gonna come after Die Antwoord?
10. Postmodernism and Transnationalism
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