Don’t expect to find the delirious staging that was the focal point of previous visual pieces delivered by Die Antwoord. There isn’t as much display of resources or ideas; it is more an example (or parody) of those “hood videos” that are so typical in the bass hip hop world. With their usual cheekiness, Die Antwoord put themselves next to Nelson Mandela and District 9 as milestones in the history of South Africa at the beginning of the clip. Starting there, Ninja, a Yo-Landi who is looking sexier than ever, and the weirdoes in their $O$ family let themselves be seen with cars, expensive bottles of alcohol, recording studios and dirty urban street corners. Besides watching the video, if you check out their website you can download the tracks of the song to make your own remix.