So, here we are, at the end of another month, and getting ready to start something big.
So, let's talk about someone's biggest hit, and how it doesn't define them.
I am, of course, talking about "Legend of a Cowgirl", the only song by Imani Coppola to ever hit the charts. Described by Wikipedia as living "in Bedford-Stuyvesant with her cat", which of course was the most important fact of the day, Coppola released this song in 1997 to commercial and critical success.
And no, you aren't imagining. "Sunshine Superman" by Donovan is absolutely sampled here.
The song is great. Absolute pop perfection. But it doesn't define Imani Coppola.
Just because this is her biggest chart hit does NOT mean she hasn't been successful. Quite the contrary - the multi-instrumentalist has written many of your favorite commercial jingles - brands like Chase, Target, Revlon. She's also an accomplished violinist.
By the way, she hated this song. Which, well, I don't understand, but artists have their own opinions about their own work.
Here she is, performing it live. Donovan was unavailable for this live performance.
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