Santigold’s latest single, “Can’t Get Enough of Myself,” is a fun spoof on “America’s vanity epidemic,” as the Santigold Times reported in her selfie-interactive video. “All I wanna do is bottle it to sell,” she sings, “‘Cause my brand does vainglorious much better for your health.”
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Perfectly encapsulating how I feel every time I step into the 99-cent store by my crib, Santigold’s new album art is a ziploc’d bag of her surrounded by many plastic items both essential and non-.
Santigold has not dropped a track since 2012’s Master of My Make-Believe; in the interim, she’s been touring incessantly and also having a very cute baby. As she works on her third album, she dropped a new jam to tide us over: the very lovely “Radio,” for the Paper Towns soundtrack.
Katy Perry’s love life is back! Just when you had finished fretting about her crispy Coachella sunburn, reports of her latest romance have surfaced — and we might want to root for this one, with some provisions.
Whether or not you love the show Girls, you have to admit that all of the women featured in the music video for "Girls," the song that Philadelphia-born, Brooklyn-based musician Santigold wrote for the series' first soundtrack, are all freaking stunning. Not only is there a broad representation of ages, race and…
Guess we're not the only ones who've marked our calendars for the GO International Designer Collective Launch. Because the stars, apparently, went wild.Lake Bell takes what magazines might term a "quirky eclectic" approach. Michelle Trachtenberg demonstrates a level of coordination my grandmother would approve.
- Apparently Naomi Campbell — who just weeks ago was boasting of having mastered her volatile temper — assaulted her chauffeur because he is also chauffeurs her boyfriend, Vladimir Doronin, and he refused to tell her if Doronin was cheating. [NYPost]