Local zef rappers Die Antwoord had an apparent fall out with their international record label Interscope, over creative differences, reports Boingboing. Die Antwoord's second album, TEN$ION, was to be released on Interscope, but due to a disagreement over their first single Fok Julle Naaiers (Fuck you fuckers), they decided to leave the label. It is said that Interscope, who is home to big guns like Lady Gaga and Black Eyed Peas, apparently wanted Die Antwoord to rework the song for a more "mainstream appeal". The group wrote the following statement on their website: "So anyway... Interscope offered us a bunch of money again to release our new album TEN$ION. But this time, they also tried to get involved with our music, to try and make us sound like everyone else out there at the moment. So we said: 'U know what, rather hang on to your money, buy yourself something nice...we gonna do our own thing. Bye bye'." Die Antwoord will now release the CD through their own label, Zef Records. Go check out the video for Fok Julle Naaiers HERE!.