Philadelphia singer-songwriter Santigold shared the music video for her ironic new song, "Can't Get Enough of Myself," featuring cameos from Pharrell Williams, Olivia Wilde, Andy Samberg, and Jay Z. Watch above.
Last month, Santigold put out an interactive app that allowed fans to insert their faces into the music video on various objects seen around New York City. Santigold spoke with Mashable about the secret message behind the song:
[Can't Get Enough Of Myself] feels like a self-empowering anthem, but it's really a satire on narcissism... The video plays on pop culture's absurd fascination with viewing (and manipulating) one's own image, especially to create larger than life versions of oneself, and often presenting them as if they are the real thing... My decision to make the viewer center stage in the video really drives the point home.
The vibrant streets, colorful restaurant, and inviting storefronts capture the warm vibes of the tune. With a catchy hook, funky synthesizers, and cheerful beats, the song is guaranteed to get stuck in your head.
"Can't Get Enough Of Myself" is off of Santigold's third studio album, 99¢. Pick it up on Amazon.
For Santigold's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out her Zumic artist page.
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