SO....this is the "Introduction" Video if you haven't found it. And you'll see why I got a chuckle out of your Floyd refrence @ 1:12
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At the beginning this is all you were led to believe, not a mention of the earlier work. Dj Hi-Tek is actually a guy named Justin DeNorbrega. He remains unnamed because originally he did not tour with them, they used a rotating group of DJ's all called Hi-Tek. Also his solo work is all electronic work (Trance) and he may want his work to remain seperate.....its very different. In the video below there is a guy in the comments section named John Prophet. It was his comments on the early Die Antwoord videos that informed me there was more going on than what was being shown. I messaged him and found out about Hi-Tek and Max Normal and the rest and "Whoa"
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Max Normals original fans were pissed he changed his style and there was a lot of butt-hurt back in S.A. between Waddy and the fans/friends. That was the inspiration for the Fok Julle Naiers song and video, Fok Julle Naiers roughly translates into "F-you F-ers/backstabbers." This song was also the "given" reason for leaving Interscope records for the second album cause D.A. wanted this to be the first single and supposedly Interscope had other ideas, so they left for home. Yo-landi mentions in a few songs about the "Milli", this is what shes referring to.