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Master of My Make-Believe (2012). I Don't Want: The Gold Fire Sessions (2018). Singles from 99¢. "Can't Get Enough of Myself" Released: November 4, 2015. Who Be Lovin' Me" Released: November 25, 2015. Chasing Shadows" Released: January 14, 2016. Banshee" Released: February 11, 2016. On November 4, 2015, Santigold announced the release of her third studio album 99¢, originally scheduled for release on January 22, 2016. The announcement was accompanied by the release of the lead single, "Can't Get Enough of Myself", which premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show. On December 16, it was announced that the release date of the album was delayed to February 26. On January 14
Santigold releases her sophomore album 'Master of My Make-Believe' on April 23rd. Follow up to 2008's Santogold. Re: Santigold - Master of My Make-Believe (2nd Album) April 2012. It's horrendous for the first minute, but the last minute and a half is amazing. MiChiMadNesS, Mar 4, 2012. M. rroz, Mar 5, 2012.
The closest White plays to actual make-believe is on "Look at These Hoes", a diss track with a lurking throttle of a beat over which Santi appropriates a snide rap persona, spitting "Look at me/ Then look at these hoes/ These bitches ain't fuckin' with m. The tension between earnestly pissed and mockingly caustic makes for the record's most engaging track. At this point it's difficult to discern whether Master of My Make-Believe is disappointingly inert because it's actually unadventurous or because the rest of the world has simply caught up with White. Would the fusion of twinkling electronic dub with shreddier undertones on the anthemic "Disparate Youth" be more interesting if we didn't have bands like Sleigh Bells melting bubblegum sensibilities into punishing guitar shriek?
BPM Profile Master of My MakeBelieve. Album starts at 98BPM, ends at 140BPM (+42), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Santigold. I Don’t Want: The Gold Fire Sessions.
Santigold's new album, Master Of My Make-Believe, comes out May 1. Courtesy of the artist. Hand it to Santi White: If she's pursuing stardom on a massive scale, she's forgoing the easiest routes. As uncompromising in her own way as . whose music attacks more viscerally, Santigold seems ambivalent about most everything she touches on Master of My Make-Believe - especially success, if "Fame" is any indication. Even the profanity-laced "Look at These Hoes" seems to straddle the line between loathing material excess and embracing it; in that case, the result feels deadpan to the point of half-heartedness.
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Indeed, this is Master of My Make-Believe’s quasi-concept, and perhaps one that Santi did not intend pursue while holidaying/making her new album in the basking sun of Jamaica, for she strays from it regularly and wildly
Redirected from Go (Santigold song)). Master of My Make-Believe is the second studio album by American musician Santigold, released in the United Kingdom on April 24, 2012 and in the United States on May 1, through Downtown and Atlantic Records. The album features contributions from a wide range of musicians, including long-time collaborators John Hill, Switch and Diplo, as well as Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Master Of My Make-Believe consequently feels slight in comparison to its predecessor, and its missteps more glaring: ‘Freak Like Me’ and ‘Look At These Hoes’ in particular feel like attempts to leaven the album’s low-key feel with playful, cutesy irony, but in taking tired aim at obvious targets White only succeeds in shooting herself in the foot.