Spank Rock drops the visuals for his second single off of “Everything Is Boring and Everyone is a Fucking Liar“. Featuring the uncanny Santigold, the video veers off into the ever escalating eccentric artisan world as the song progresses ending in a very pleasing way. Positivity and elevation is what “Car Song” is all about, and the video in some strange way follows it perfectly. A complete 180 from his first video and single “#1 Hit“.
Santigold gets the Nickelodeon treatment (no, really) for her latest set of visuals to “Big Mouth.” Enjoy the animated offering, which mirrors her off-kilter sound to perfection, above. We can expect Master of My Make-Believe sometime soon.
This is quality aesthetics right here — just don’t take everything so serious all the time, please. For Beastie Boys and Santigold’s collaborative piece, famed director Spike Jonze crafted the humorous visuals, along with co-pilot Adam Yauch. Anybody trying to go play GI Joes after this?
Santigold and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs dropped “GO” yesterday, and the very diligent Theo Martins already has his take on it today.
Santigold and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs collaborate on a new track entitled “GO”. The concept of the song is about the new American Dream. The song was dropped first on Jay-Z’s lifestyle blog, Life + Times.
Life + Times: What does “GO” represent for you?
Santigold: In this song, “GO” has a dual meaning. On one hand it’s a challenge, beckoning any would-be usurpers to come show and prove. On the other, it’s a call to myself to rise to the occasion. “Go” is a “fun” song. It’s playful, but like many of my songs, lyrically it was an opportunity for me to vent. It’s about the difficulties of holding onto what’s yours, everything from your ideas and energy, to your confidence.
When we first got a glimpse of this track we basically just thought it was a N.E.R.D. collabo with Santigold…no. We are now aware of this alternate version and judging from the ad libs it’s said to be a “lost” Weezy verse floating out there, we can only wait.
The track Please Don’t was premiered back in early January now here goes the video from David Byrne & Fatboy Slim’s Here Lies Love album.
As a Santigold fan it’s only right; here’s new record from the duo David Byrne & Fatboy Slim’s Here Lies Love album which is based on the life of former first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos which drops February 23rd. Something smooth like always.