Santigold official music video for Disparate Youth. Disparate Youth is a song performed by Santigold.
Having worked on collaborations with the likes of Devo, Beastie Boys, Spank Rock NASA and Christina Aguilera, Santi White (AKA Santigold) returns to the charts with her first solo single since the track ‘Go!’ featuring Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and ‘Big Mouth’. Disparate Youth is considered to be the first main single from Santigold’s second album ‘Master of My Make-Believe’ which is released on 1 May 2012 and featured the hallmarks of the style of the artist (formerly named Santogold) with electric keyboards, fuzzy guitar riffs and the Philadelphia-born singer’s robotic vocals. Known for her patented blend of new wave, dubstep, rock, electronica, pop and even reggae, Santigold has a knack for creating catchy melodies in the most unlikely places. The album ‘Master of My Make-Believe’ was recorded in Jamaica, the sonic heartland of Santigold’s musical landscape. The track fizzes as if out of a beat-up old radio played from a Jamaican dance-hall party while the official ‘Disparate Youth’ music video depicts Santi setting to visit a remote Jamaican island run by children whom she then transfixes with a special ring until everyone has completely white eyes. The ‘Master of My Make-Believe’ record was produced with a wide range of different collaborators and producers including long-time friends Switch and Diplo plus David Sitek of TV on the Radio and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
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