What do two tannies and two-tone have in common? Jan Jan Jan is here to show us (in their little tight shorts).
South Africa (03 April 2022) – Jan Jan Jan is back in their little shorts with a new song called “Two-Tone Lyf”.
Created by Boerboel Wear, Jan Jan Jan is their very own “Boere Boyband”, who made a name for themselves at the end of 2019 with their tight shorts, two-tone shirts and first single called, ‘Wys jou Vleis’. In April of that year, Donovan Goliath found a picture of the three clothing models and asked his social media followers to “name the rap group“. What started as a joke quickly became a real idea and in October, Jan Jan Jan released their first song and music video.
Since then, the band has “vleis gewys, mielies gegooi en boer gebly”, and it is clear that there is no stopping this group as one video after another has garnered several million views!
And now they are back with Two-Tone Lyf.
Watch the music video below:
Sources: Jan Jan Jan
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