Singer Slams Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, And Katy Perry In New Song

Her name is [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Santigold[/lastfm] and if you haven’t heard her music before, now is the time! Santigold first came into the music scene back in 2007 with her singles “Creator” and “L.E.S. Artist”. Then she released her first album in 2008 titled “Santogold”. This indie artist released her new track “Big Mouth” where she blatantly critiques and mocks today’s pop artists Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and even Lindsay Lohan.

Santigold has a distinct style in her music and videos. In her new video, she is dancing around underwater, through the desert, and in outer space. She mocks Lady Gaga as a mermaid, Lindsay Lohan with her boobs out, and shows an unflattering version of Katy Perry with her blue hair.

Santigold has toured with M.I.A. and Bjork. Her album “Master Of My Make-Believe”, featuring the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and David Sitek, will be out this spring. This might be her big push out into the radio world as she fires at the hottest pop stars out right now.

Watch “Big Mouth” here:


One Comment

  1. amanda says:

    This was garbage . The fact she needs to trash other artist just to have her name put out there is sad. She should just give up medIaeval that song was annoying

  2. skater_guy says:

    i’ve always loved her music. i hope she doesn’t blow up on the radio though like m.i.a did.

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