Santigold - Master of My Make-Believe (Artwork)

Santigold creates a regal cover for her sophomore album Master of My Make-Believe (due May 1). The Roc Nation musician taps photographer Jason Schmidt for a "Bond girl" look, an army officer look, and a mafioso on the three-look album cover. The art is based off 18th-century British artist Joshua Reynolds' painting of Banastre Tarleton titled “Portrait of an Officer.” A behind-the-scenes clip of the cover shoot from Explorer's Club in New York after the jump.

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  • Zero Kool

    yo I had no idea her body was so beautiful.

  • matt

    ...yet she does a solid impersonation of a dude

  • silence

    santigold been sexy tho

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