After lighting up the stage at LNWJF the other night, renaissance-gal Santigold stopped by the set of 106 & Park to serve up this rare and insightful interview, going suprisingly deep (given the TV banter format) on her style (“collage music”) her process (working with as many as 3 producers on one track and having to be “the glue” that holds it all together) and being the first-ever woman painted by Kehinde Wiley on the cover for her new LP Master of My Make-Believe (cop it here). She also speaks on the DIY spirit of the record and in particular the current single “Disparate Youth” which is my jonx & a half. In fact I recommend you go watch the video again and feel what she’s talking about. This generation! Rulz the nation, etc.
spotted at MWP