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Die Antwoord debuts daughter Sixteen

2012-02-01 15:04
 
Cape Town – Zef rappers Die Antwoord released a new video off their much-anticipated album Ten$ion on Tuesday, featuring a cameo by Yolandi Vi$$er and Ninja's 7-year-old daughter, Sixteen.

The new video for the single I Fink U Freeky, gives a very brief glimpse of Sixteen with a snake wrapped around her shoulders.

In a teaser trailer, which they released last week to promote their forthcoming album, Yolandi and Ninja introduced their daughter to the public for the very first time. The trailer features Sixteen and her parents as goblin creatures.

The teaser trailer sees the group seemingly referencing South African artist Jane Alexander's most famous piece titled The Butcher Boys. Pale, painted skins, demonic mask-like faces and horned figures allude to the famous work by the prominent resistance artist.

Sixteen is also featured on the cover of the February edition of Rolling Stone SA magazine together with her parents.



Watch the video for I Fink U Freeky here:

 
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