Drag-Queen Lady Gaga is on an African concrete jungle Safari, seeing the wild life such as shop keepers, black panthers, hyenas and car jackers when she passes the South African band that rocketh the hardest. Die Antwood bringeth with the war-paint and illustrated dance-gears we've seen previously in "Evil Boy" and "I fink u freeky" (Their signature style was lacking from Babys on fire) Then we pause for a moment to watch the drag-queen Gaga give birth to a prawn star. Yes.

Artist: Die Antwoord Album: TEN$ION Label: ZEF RECORDZ Music video and story concept: Ninja and Yo-landi Vi$$er Executive producers: Eddy Moretti, Trevor Silmser, Sterling Proffer, Ninja and Yo-landi Vi$$er Produced by ZEF FILMZ in association with Egg Films, Battalion and VICE Directors: Ninja, Terence Neale and Saki Fokken Berg Director of Photography: Alexis Zabe Editor: Saki Fokken Berg at Left Post Production Producer: Julia Schnurr Music and sound design: DJ HI-TEK Costumes designed by Ninja Costumes / wardrobe created and sourced by Gabrielle De Gersigny Ninja and Yo-landi's black human hair garments by Alexander Wang Set designs, mural designs, and graffiti by Ninja Ninja's graffiti based on the work of Roger Ballen Voodoo Room - art directed by Roger Ballen Art department: Kezia Eales Make-up and body-paint design by Ninja Make-up artist: Alexa Wilson Vagina Prawn scene based on 'Black Gynaecologist' by Anton Kannemeyer Dance choreography/dancing by Ninja, Yo-landi, Manti, Tarryn and Robin Wild animals wrangled by Rodney Nombekana and Andile Nombekana Animatronic lion head by the Creature Shop Camera and grips equipment courtesy of Panavision Lighting equipment courtesy of Media Film Service Flame and grading by Left Post Production Additional flame and grading by Blade