Santigold Announces ’99¢’ Album: Listen To New Single “Can’t Get Enough Of Myself”
Save for contributing to a slew of soundtracks for HBO’s Girls, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and — most recently — Paper Towns, Santigold has kept mum about her own original music. But today (November 4) the Philadelphia-bred artist is back with a new track, her upcoming album title and its slick cover art! How’s that for a triple-whammy?
On Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show (Apple Music is winning!), Santigold premiered a fresh new single titled “Can’t Get Enough Of Myself.” It is a sunny uptempo that will definitely please OG Santi fans, which boasts self-loving and joyfully sticky-sweet lyrics like “Ain’t a gambler but honey I’d put money on myself.” Summer may be over, but the ’60s-tinged poppy production will bring listeners right back to those warm months.
As for the follow-up album to 2012’s Master Of My Make-Believe? It is simply titled 99¢ and will arrive sometime next year. The vibrant album artwork is artfully cheeky, as it shows Santigold shrink-wrapped next to kitschy items like license plates, mini lipsticks and keyboards.
Take a listen to “Can’t Get Enough Of Myself,” and also check out the full album artwork, below.