Listen: Santigold

Songs: “Disparate Youth“, “L.E.S. Artistes“, and “Creator

I’ve been a huge fan of Santigold since her first single, “L.E.S. Artistes” was available for free on iTunes. A lot of the times, free singles of the week are hit and miss, but this song was not and once I heard it, I was hungry for more. She got a lot more exposure thanks to her songs being featured on hit television shows like “Gossip Girl” and “Skins”. She’s back now with her new CD  called “Master of My Make-Believe” and while her sound hasn’t changed, her songs are just as catchy. Above are just a small sample of her music, but if you have time, I highly suggest checking out the rest of her music.

Photo Credit: prettymuchamazing.com

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