Rap Made Easy? [Watch]

Rap Made Easy? [Watch]

Rap Made Easy is one of the songs credited to Watkin Tudor Jones and Yolandi Visser. Here’s more about the song done as MaxNormal.TV.

Rap Made Easy? [Watch]

Rap Made Easy is one of the songs credited to Watkin Tudor Jones and Yolandi Visser, but recorded back in the days when they were still running across the stage by the name of Max Normal.

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The song comes off the album Good Morning South Africa, also featuring songs like Moon Love that were later incorporated into future performances of Die Antwoord.

Have you ever heard this track, introducing a fresh word salad that explains what rap is all about?

Rap Made Easy

Rap Made Easy is credited to Die Antwoord members Watkin Tudor Jones and Yolandi Visser, performing the track as MaxNormal.TV – a name that might be familiar to fans of the doublet rappers.

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The lyrics go, “What I need to know is can you rap? / If not, don’t worry just follow me / Nice and carefully, maybe soon you can also be / Grabbing hold of the mic tight, rhyming to the beat.”


It’s encouraging, though not as fast as Eminem’s 2013 track Rap God, which contains 1, 560 words rapped-out in six minutes.

Rap Made Easy? [Watch]

Watch the performance of the original track from MaxNormal.TV

Rap and the original character of Max Normal

Die Antwoord didn’t begin as the answer, but had several bands preceding the eventual controversial ‘zef’ personas.

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MaxNormal.TV would later evolve into the performances seen today, and it’s up to the audience to decide whether they like the art – or whether they don’t like the artist.

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