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American musician Santi White, better known by her stage name Santigold (formerly Santogold), has released four studio albums, two mixtapes, one extended play (EP), and twenty-two singles (including eight as a featured artist). White's discography under the name Santogold consists of her eponymous debut album, six singles, one mixtape, and four music videos, all of which were released in 2008, except the single "Creator", which was released in late 2007. Santogold peaked at number 74 on the Billboard 200, and reached numbers 2 and 6 on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums and Independent Albums, respectively. The album also charted in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
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In 2009, White changed her stage name from Santogold to Santigold due to legal issues, and released a live EP via iTunes, which peaked at number 20 on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The same year, Santigold collaborated with N.E.R.D and Julian Casablancas on the non-album single "My Drive Thru", made as part of an advertising campaign by Converse. She has also made guest appearances on numerous albums by other artists such as Jay-Z, N.A.S.A., and Drake, and has produced and written music for many other artists, including Christina Aguilera, Ashlee Simpson, GZA, Lily Allen, and Res.
Her second studio album, Master of My Make-Believe (2012), topped the Dance/Electronic Albums chart and reached number 21 on the Billboard 200. In the following two years, she contributed to various soundtracks, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Heat, Girls and Paper Towns. Her third studio album, 99, was released in 2016, and her first officially released mixtape, I Don't Want: The Gold Fire Sessions, in 2018.
The pandemic forced a lot of musicians to hit pause on their careers, but some artists took that time away from touring to create at home. Special correspondent Christopher Booker sat down with singer-songwriter Santigold about defying genres and addressing racial equity in "Spirituals," her latest album released Friday.
The pandemic forced a lot of musicians to hit pause on their careers but some artists took that time away from touring to create at home. Special correspondent Christopher Booker sat down with the singer of Santigold about defying genres and addressing racial equity on her latest album which was released yesterday.
White has been constructing these bridges since her 2008 breakout, Santigold, an album that from its first track to its last offered a steady assault on musical stereotypes and typecast, but the genre bending album almost didn't happen.
Noah Kahan is a singer and songwriter from Strafford, Vermont. Last year, in 2022, he released Stick Season, his third record. The title track from that record went viral on TikTok when Noah was first writing it, and posting pieces of it. One of those videos has over 10 million plays. And as of this recording, on Spotify, the full song has almost 100 million streams.
The neighborhood became a model for integration after World War II and is considered one of the first neighborhoods in the U.S. to be successfully integrated. While many other parts of Philadelphia and the country were becoming segregated because of blockbusting and redlining policies, community leaders in Mt. Airy discouraged discriminatory housing policies and promoted a unified approach to welcoming people, regardless of race. Some of the groups that helped integrate Mt. Airy included the West Mt. Airy Neighbors, the Germantown Jewish Centre, the Church Community Relations Council of Pelham and Allens Lane Art Center.