Santogold with Jay-Z on B.I.G. Soundtrack

Santogold gets some street cred by collaborating on Jay-Z’s new Kanye-produced track “Brooklyn (Go Hard)“, which is Track 7 on the soundtrack of Notorious, the upcoming Biggie biopic. The hook samples Santi’s “Shove It“, and she adds a verse towards the end.

An interesting cross-pollination of traditionally hipsta- and gangsta-identified BK neighborhoods, though sadly it seems that nobody is available to rep Brooklyn in song south of Prospect Park.

16 thoughts on “Santogold with Jay-Z on B.I.G. Soundtrack

  1. Anonymous

    She’s repping Brooklyn hipsters, which is annoying, but valid. Most of them only “settled” in Brooklyn in the past decade, like she did. Though she has the advantage of having been born in Brooklyn, so… make of that what you will.

  2. Anonymous

    She’s repping Brooklyn hipsters, which is annoying, but valid. Most of them only “settled” in Brooklyn in the past decade, like she did. Though she has the advantage of having been born in Brooklyn, so… make of that what you will.

  3. Anonymous

    this is retarded. santogold = from an upper middle class family in PHILLY, went to an expensive prep school, and then wesleyan. how the fuck is she gonna try and “rep” brooklyn????? why does no one else see the hypocrisy!??

  4. Anonymous

    this is retarded.

    santogold = from an upper middle class family in PHILLY, went to an expensive prep school, and then wesleyan.

    how the fuck is she gonna try and “rep” brooklyn????? why does no one else see the hypocrisy!??

  5. Anonymous

    Santogold’s verse is pretty good on this, but Jay-Z still isn’t so great. It’s kinda too lazy.Also, a crown made outta Brooklyn is pretty cool. And I like the chorus a whole bunch.

  6. Anonymous

    Santogold’s verse is pretty good on this, but Jay-Z still isn’t so great. It’s kinda too lazy.

    Also, a crown made outta Brooklyn is pretty cool. And I like the chorus a whole bunch.

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