Santigold

Singer/Rapper/Producer Drawing on an eclectic mix of influences—from ’80s techno pop, punk rock, reggae, ska, and hip hop—Santigold’s music cannot be pigeonholed. Her critically acclaimed 2008 debut album Santogold made a huge stir in indie music and rap circles alike, and while they did not receive much radio play, the tracks “Lights Out,” “Creater” and “L.E.S. Artists” were placed in video games and beer commercials. A former A&R rep at Epic Records, Santi White quit her day job to executive produce and co-wrote the 2001 Res album How I Do. She also fronted the Philadelphia punk band Stiffed, whose records were produced by Bad Brains bassist Darryl Jennifer. Jay-Z tapped Santi to rap a verse on his song “Brooklyn We Go Hard” from the soundtrack to the 2009 film Notorious. She describes her specialty as “putting things together in a way that's unexpected and genreless.”

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Santigold to Release Smashbox Makeup Collection

The 11-piece set will feature eye shadow, eyeliner, lip glosses, nail art and lipstick rings.

Wangechi Mutu’s Fantastic Journey Opens at Brooklyn Museum

Mutu’s brilliant Afro-futurist exhibition is on display through March 2014.

Celebrity Birthdays: Happy Birthday, T.I.!

Jermaine Dupri, T.I. and Lil Wayne also celebrate this week.

Meet the Artists in Jay Z’s Video for "Picasso Baby"

Wangechi Mutu, Mickalene Thomas and Kehinde Wiley of BET.com's "The Artist's Way" guest star.

Out and About: Kanye West Shops for Furniture in Beverly Hills

Plus pics of Kelly Rowland, Rihanna, Santigold and more.

Lifestyle: The Artist's Way: Wangechi Mutu

Collage artist allows BET.com inside her studio. (7/10/2013)
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