Santigold's contribution to the Girls Soundtrack Volume 1, the aptly titled "Girls," is a hypnotic hip-hop anthem that's as dancefloor ready as anything she's ever released. With Girls' second season kicking off last night, Santigold's track now has a clever new video composed of clips featuring women from across New York City – from kids bouncing about a playground to hipsters hanging on a stoop – dancing to and lip-syncing Santigold's spitfire rhymes. A particular shoutout to the incredible grandma and granddaughter duo who nail the line: "Got charm that counts but I ain't easy / If you ain't reckless then you ain't with me."
New York Women Get Down to Santigold's 'Girls'
Clip accompanies song from the soundtrack to HBO's 'Girls'
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