My favourite South African dudes of parody, who brought us the magic of Braaiday here, are back with a new piece of content awesomeness.The Car Guard Song – Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues (Eminem feat. Rihanna Parody)
Incredible! Keep an eye on these dudes. They’re going to be HUGE. You heard it here first
This is what they had to say about the new project:
Unlike their Rebecca Black parody “Braaiday” (which saw the Capetonian duo appearing on several TV shows, newspapers and most of South Africa’s commercial & campus radio stations including heavy airplay on 5FM, 94.7 Highveld Stereo, GoodHopeFM and ECR on the way to garnering 133 000+ views online), their newest offering has nothing to do with braai meat and the process of preparing for a quality South African braai, and is not intended to coincide with a particular public holiday or event.
Seriously upping their game in terms of production quality, writing and storyline, the clip also features a celebrity cameo with some well-known locations thrown into the mix. Fans of the first video need not fear though – the new video has plenty of the tongue-in-cheek approach that viewers have come to expect from the group.
The two behind it all, Nicholas Smal and Gareth Allison, are both looking forward to letting their latest creation loose on the public at large after months of hard work and planning.
“We can’t wait to show people what we’ve poured so much of our time and effort into,” remarks Allison. “It’s definitely our goal to get people to laugh at our collective selves and perhaps see some familiar things in a slightly different way. Or the same way. We can’t control people’s individual brains – the technology just isn’t available. Not yet, anyway.”
What do you think? They nailed it OBVZ