Santigold

Santigold

Musician

Band

Moniker of Santi White, an American songwriter, producer, and pop singer

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The new album of Brooklyn-based singer Santigold has been at the top of KCRW's airplay charts for weeks...

Santigold

The new album of Brooklyn-based singer Santigold has been at the top of KCRW's airplay charts for weeks...

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Master of My Make-Believe will be available to stream on demand from April 23 through May 1, 20112.

Santigold: Master of My Make-Believe

Master of My Make-Believe will be available to stream on demand from April 23 through May 1, 20112.

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Santi White and John Hill, better known as Santigold, perform their songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

Santigold

Santi White and John Hill, better known as Santigold, perform their songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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