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This Xhosa rapper is one of our Port Elizabeth homeboys, so we can recognise all the places they shot the video. But the coolest part of Ifani’s steez is that it’s a fresh take on kwaito as we know it – production and rapping-wise. The Shake video was directed by […]
This time SA’s traiblazing rap-rave outfit present a short movie, directed by Ninja, and incorporating the music video. How to shock people now, the okes from Anties must have asked themselves. Especially since we’ve already dabbled in underage sexual iconography, poor-white culture, drugs, Xhosa manhood rituals, massive penises and Parktown […]
One Brazilian’s take on the Fifa 2014 World Cup Brazil. She reckons the event will cost $30bn, more than the cost of the past three World Cups combined, money which would be better spent delivering services to Brazilians. As the 2013 Confederations Cup takes place, Brazilian police are battling rioters […]
This British film was written and directed by Dan Mazer, who was a screenwriter on the Sacha Baron Cohen hits Borat and Bruno. I Give It A Year is a romantic comedy, but it displays the same taste for excruciating embarrassment as the former two collosi of the comedic arts.
As are as causing kak when you’re pissed goes, this is hard to top. There’s embarrassing yourself, there’s owing a few people an apology, and then there’s this priceless example of the wedding binger’s art… Quite possibly staged, aka fake. But still, nice work, ma’am.
A bit of rock ‘n roll slam poetry from the man they call the “punk poet” and “The Bard of Salford”.
This is a soldier’s tale and an eight-minute anti-war statement by cult Irish band The Pogues. Their style veers between shambolic pub riots and heart-rending ballads of joy, sadness and loss. This one we shall file amongst the latter. It’s off their 1985 album Rum, Sodomy And The Lash. There […]
The Top Gear TV show is certainly about cars. But not only. It’s not even mainly about cars. It’s mainly about fantasy. Secondly it’s about cars. And thirdly it’s about blazing, childish jealousy. Because every man on earth wishes he could do what those three pillocks on Top Gear do. […]