In response to the comparison, White stated that they are both "women who have similar influences and have worked with some of the same people," but that her "music is different and she wasn't influenced by what the press was saying", adding, "I can't think of anybody who would be a better fit of somebody who I'm like...
I think what's accurate about that comparison is that she's an artist who has loads of different influences... causing a stir on the Internet and in indie-label conference rooms." As part of his performance for the breakfast program of national Australian radio station Triple J in March 2013, Mitchell performed a rendition of Santigold's song "Disparate Youth"—the performance occurred during the conclusion of "O Week" activities (orientation week for Australian universities) at the ABC studios in Melbourne, Australia.
and is putting things together in a way that's unexpected and genreless." Santigold and her friend Amanda Blank have been described as being part of "a new crop of young, multicultural, female acts in the wake of M.
Santogold If Santogold was any more ‘of the moment’, she’d be sat in your lap, reading this out loud to you.
Her second album, Master of My Make-Believe, was released in 2012.
"It's like being in the presence of pure joy ... " *** Get Santi and Radek's Mommy and Me Look "I like to shop at Babesta.com, where I got his sweatpants, and Mini Rodini.com, where his shirt [above] is from. A native of Saint-Brieuc, France, Yelle (real name: Julie Budet) rose to fame when her “Je veux te voir,” a dis track about a well-known French rapper’s small penis, became a hit on My Space. (She lived.) At 15, she relocated to Paris, started dating a D. In February 2009, White announced that she changed her stage name to Santigold for reasons related to a possible lawsuit from director Santo Victor Rigatuso, who produced the 1985 movie Santo Gold's Blood Circus. On August 15, 2012, she performed on the deck of the USS Intrepid as part of "Stephest Colbchella '012: Rocktaugustfest" on The Colbert Report, and on May 9, 2013, she appeared as herself on The Office episode "A. In February 2016, Santigold released an interactive music video for the song, which allowed viewers to insert themselves in the video, furthering the song's message about self-absorption and promotion in the social media age.Regarding the song and video, Santigold commented: "We have no illusion that we don’t live in this world where everything is packaged.