Yolandi Visser (Yo-Landi Vi$$er, born Anri Du Toit) is a South African singer/rapper who co-fronts the rap group Die Antwoord. She was also part of notable music and art groups MaxNormal.TV and The Constructus Corporation. She has a child named Sixteen Jones with frequent collaborator and fellow Die Antwoord frontman Watkin Tudor Jones. MaxNormal.tv" was a South African 'corporate' hip-hop group in which Yolandi's role was as personal assistant to the front-man Max Normal (Watkin Tudor Jones). She appeared in several Max Normal music/art videos. The Constructus Corporation was a project that released a concept album/graphic novel pairing The Ziggurat, which was released in December 2002. It consisted of an 88-page pink hard-covered book, which contained a hand-written hiphop fantasy story written by Watkin Tudor Jones, and a bonus blank CD, which came with instructions for fans to fill it with a freely downloadable second album of music and narration. The Constructus Corporation disbanded in early 2003. Die Antwoord is an experimental (and partially satirical) rap group consisting of Yo-landi Vi$$er, Ninja (Jones) and DJ Hi-Tek (Justin de Nobrega).
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1.The Constructus Corporation Trip hop, Horrorcore, Hip hop music, Alternative hip hop
The Constructus Corporation was an electronic/hip hop act from Cape Town, South Africa, that started in early 2002 and had disbanded by mid-2003, having released one album/book The Ziggurat.
2.MaxNormal.TV Trip hop, Alternative hip hop, Experimental hip hop, Hip Hop, Rapcore
MaxNormal.TV was a South African four-piece electronic/hip-hop outfit formed in 2001 which eventually evolved into Die Antwoord. The group's name was taken from a comic book character in the Judge Dredd comic of the same name.
3.Die Antwoord Alternative hip hop, Rap music, Electronica, Rave music, Hip hop music
Die Antwoord is a South African rap-rave group formed in Cape Town in 2008. Fronted by rappers Ninja and Yo-Landi Vi$$er and backed by DJ Hi Tek. Their image involves a counterculture movement called zef and the influence of photographer Roger Ballen. Die Antwoord released their debut studio album, $O$, online for free and attracted international attention for their music video for "Enter the Ninja". After briefly signing with Interscope Records, they founded their own label in 2011, Zef Recordz, through which they released their second and third studio albums, Ten$Ion and Donker Mag, respectively.
|Evil Boy (Fuck You in the Face mix)||2010||Studio album|
|XP€N$IV $H1T||2012||Studio album|
|Fatty Boom Boom||2012||Studio album|
|Cookie Thumper!||2013||Studio album|
|Donker Mag||2014||Studio album|