EFF release #ZuptaMustFall song

The EFF say the song is aimed at raising awareness on alleged corruption between Jacob Zuma and the Guptas.

FILE: EFF leader Julius Malemaoutside the Constitutional Court in Johannesburg on 09 February 2016 following the Nkandla showdown. Picture: Reinart Toerien/EWN

JOHANNESBURG - From chanting "pay back the money" and "Zupta must fall" in the National Assembly, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have now turned the latter chant into a song.

The red berets released the track on YouTube today but it's not yet clear if it will be a 'hit'.

LISTEN: #ZuptaMustFall by the EFF.

EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says the song is aimed at raising awareness on alleged corruption between President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.

"The song aims to raise awareness about the corruption and the corrupt relationship of Zuma and the Gupta's and the reality that we are in a country at the moment being ran by the Guptas."

Earlier this year, during Zuma's State of the Nation Address, EFF leader Julius Malema and party members were escorted out of the National Assembly Malema stated that the president no longer deserved the respect of the nation.

This prompted his party members to begin the now infamous chant, 'Zupta must fall'.

WATCH: EFF exits SONA: 'Zuma no longer deserves respect'.

The EFF also uses the new tune to express their views on the Nkandla spending debacle.