Santigold has revealed the regal cover art for her upcoming sophomore album Master of My Make-Believe, releasing May 1st via Downtown/Atlantic Records.

On the cover, photographer Jason Schmidt shot Santi White in three different ways: attendants in custom Alexander Wang bodysuits; an army officer in a painting by Kehinde Wiley; and as a mafia don in the center.

Santi most recently released two cuts from the LP – “Disparate Youth” and “Big Mouth” – with plans to include production from Switch, Diplo, Q-Tip and more on the album.

Check the cover art and a behind-the-scenes video of the image below (via NYTimes).


[February 28]

UPDATE: A full stream of Santigold’s Master of My Make-Believe has been released. Listen to the album below (via Soul Culture).

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