Jay Z & Pharrell Cameo In Santigold’s "Can’t Get Enough Of Myself" Video
A star-studded visual.
Last month, Santigold released her interactive “Can’t Get Enough Of Myself,” which allowed fans to transplant their faces in the real-time video. The singer now returns with a few more compiled contributions to the vanity-obsessed visual including Pharrell Williams, Olivia Wilde, Andy Samberg, and Jay Z for the official version.
Hov and Wilde light up posters and billboards around New York City, while Pharrell shows up on a jumbotron during a basketball game. While most notably, Samberg photo-bombs Santigold’s photobooth sessions.
The show-off song comes from Santigold’s latest record 99¢, which she explained to Zane Lowe as, “Everything is a product at this point — including people and relationships … Everything is about marketing products… Everything is undervalued… so I thought 99¢ was a good price for me, my life, and all my hard work.”
Watch the star-studded video below or become a part of the fun with the interactive version here.
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