Santigold’s Master of My Make-Believe is out today, so she took to the stage at Jimmy Fallon’s show last night to play “Disparate Youth” from it, following a sold out show at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City. “Disparate Youth” was one of our first glimpses of the new album, and it firmly fits into the pop-reggae seem she often mined on her debut record. Here, Santi is flanked by a couple of umbrella twirling dancers as she lets the infectious groove of the track unravel, even getting the usually stoic audience involved in a clap-along at the beginning. Check it out below.
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