Santigold 99c - listen to the exclusive stream of new album

Brooklyn's finest Santi White returns next week with the follow-up to 2012's Master of My Make-Believe

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Singer, songwriter, producer Santi White, aka Santigold, has proven herself to be a pop star with a keen eye on the mainstream and a mischievous love of the leftfield. Simultaneously representing pop culture and ripping its silliness to shreds, her new album 99c mixes, matches and mashes pop, R&B and rock’n’roll while bringing canny satire and self-awareness to bear on the worship of money, celebrity and what it means to be authentic.

Commenting on the concept behind the new album, White says: “We have no illusion that we don’t live in this world where everything is packaged. People’s lives, persona, everything, is deliberate, and mediated. It can be dark and haunting and tricky, and freak us out, but it can be also be silly and fun and we can learn to play with it.”   

The album is out Friday February 26th and we’ve got an exclusive first listen for you here. Check it out and tell us what you think below…


Here’s the full tracklist for 99c, and look out for a full review and interview with Santigold in the February 26th issue of The Ticket and on irishtimes.com

99 Cents tracklist

01.        Can’t Get Enough of Myself (feat. B.C.)
02.         Big Boss Big Time Business
03.         Banshee
04.         Chasing Shadows
05.         Walking in a Circle
06.         Who Be Lovin Me (feat. ILOVEMAKONNEN)
07.         Rendezvous Girl
08.         Before the Fire
09.         All I Got
10.         Outside the War
11.         Run the Races
12.         Who I Thought You Were

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