Words matter. These are the best Santigold Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
To me, I don’t think a song’s complete unless it’s got a great variety of different textures.
I’m kind of thinking that I might start trying to do some acting. I really enjoy role play.
So I don’t think of myself as just a musician at all, I think of myself as an artist.
I’m terrible at social media, and it sucks for me, because I know I have fans. But if you go by my Instagram, you would think, ‘No one listens to her music!’ It’s not fair. My Instagram is not my music.
When I go with different producers, and they’ve thought about what they want to do, I think they feel a little bit more free, because they know almost any sound will work on my record if we pull it together properly – so they don’t feel so limited.
I love pop music, and I love when music is accessible.
Oh my God, I love doing acting.
The reason I make music is so that I can influence people and inspire people, but I also want to make music that I feel happy about and that I feel is good. The challenge, which is why it’s worth keeping going, is to constantly strive to figure out where the meeting place is.
People can feel stuff in a different way when it’s through music. If you can get some inspiration into a song, it might be received in a more impactful way than if you were just to have a conversation.
It’s really hard juggling, trying to carve out a time to have a family and be a mom and have a career, especially a creative career.
I’ve always been an artist who’s about being real and about telling the truth and making music with integrity and talking about something.
There’s so many different kinds of songs that could be pop songs. I don’t think pop songs should sound the same.
I love comedy, I love comedy… I think I’m funny!
I’m trying so hard to do something that means something and has integrity and cares about talent.
Sometimes when you’re an artist, you need to be in your own head; you need to stay in it to be able to get to a good place.
Anyway, I’d get bored with just doing music!
But ‘Sixteen Candles’ is the only movie I could watch over and over and over without getting sick of it.
Every art I do is a collage.
I love watching movies. It breaks up the monotony of the road and momentarily takes you somewhere else.
Politics are wack – it’s mostly about the characters instead of the issues, like how religion is about religion instead of spirituality.
I wrote and recorded ‘Outside the War’ and ‘Run from the Races’ while I was nine months pregnant.
I feel like good music comes and goes in waves.