far gone
New Music Aug 25  |  

BURNS – “Far Gone” ft. Johnny Yukon & GoldLink

BURNS‘s “Far Gone” is a fitting listen as summer winds down. The Los Angeles-based artists’s latest has a mellow, introspective feel to it. Vocals from Johnny Yukon and a guest verse from GoldLink only add to this track’s appeal. Stream “Far Gone” below.

meditation

GoldLink’s “Meditation” is black, jubilant, and unpredictable (Video)

Powered by Kaytranada‘s funky bassline, GoldLink‘s elastic delivery, and Jazmine Sullivan‘s rich vocals, “Meditation” is a song that manages to appeal to quite the diverse audience. The newly released visual accompaniment is an intricate affair. It’s undeniably black. It’s shadowy, and matches the brooding vibes of the song itself. It also features Ray J getting . . .

roses

GoldLink covers Outkast’s “Roses” and his hit single “Crew” with Masego & Hare Squead

As one of Outkast‘s funkier singles, “Roses” requires a special array of musical talent to cover. Not every artist can just step up to the plate and deliver a worthwhile rendition. Thankfully, the combination of GoldLink, Masego, and Hare Squead proved to be more than up to the task during a recent stop at BBC . . .

crew remix

GoldLink – “Crew” (Remix) ft. Gucci Mane, Brent Faiyaz & Shy Glizzy

“Well it’s Gucci Mane and GoldLink, and we got gold sinks.” GoldLink‘s “Crew” is an infectious anthem for a growing number of people, and Gucci Mane‘s addition to the At What Cost single is only going to add to its momentum. GoldLink, Brent Faiyaz and Shy Glizzy‘s contributions remain the same. Stream the “Crew” remix . . .

Smile Project Carnival

GoldLink will headline Broccoli City’s Smile Project Carnival and Concert

Regardless of whether you enjoyed Broccoli City Festival 2017, or felt like you were missing out the fun, it’s great to hear that the Broccoli City family will be back in action with the Smile Project Carnival and Concert! This is a family friendly event with Universal Fairs at RFK Festival Grounds in Washington D.C. It’s a . . .

boo you know
New Music Apr 25  |  

Falcons – “Boo You Know” ft. GoldLink

Falcons and GoldLink already have a pretty solid history together, so it should come as no surprise that “Boo You Know” is another gem. Falcons produced GoldLink’s explosive June 6 single with Chaz French, “Aquafina,” and GoldLink also featured on their somewhat more downtempo February 2016 release, “Vroom.” “Boo You Know” is another success, thanks . . .

LEt's Go

Khalid – “Let’s Go (Remix)” ft. GoldLink

Outside of “Location,” “Let’s Go” is easily one of Khalid‘s biggest records thus far. On the remix, the Texas-based singer/songwriter is joined by versatile DMV-based emcee GoldLink, who uses his elastic, melodic delivery to great effect over the piano lade instrumental. Stream the “Let’s Go” remix below.

no way out

Xavier Omär – “No Way Out” ft. Goldlink (prod. By Hit-Boy)

It’s not a typical Xavier Omär song, a typical GoldLink song, or a typical Hit-Boy-produced record, but “No Way Out” proves to be a beautiful juxtaposition of these three creatives’ sounds. This song, which was produced in Los Angeles, is the latest release from Red Bull Sound Select. Stream “No Way Out” below.

SummaTime

GoldLink – “SummaTime” ft. Wale & Radiant Children

GoldLink and Wale have both been at the forefront of DMV-based hip-hop for years now, each in their own separate lanes. They join forces for a bluesy new groove called “SummaTime,” which is set to feature on GoldLink’s forthcoming album, At What Cost, which releases tomorrow. The two prove to be a solid match over . . .

Pray Everyday

GoldLink – “Pray Everyday (Survivor’s Guilt)”

GoldLink seeks to keep the demons away on his Sevn Thomas-produced new single, “Pray Everyday (Survivor’s Guilt).” He talks about the battles he has within the music industry, backed by some gorgeous vocal choral arrangements and somber piano. GoldLink’s At What Cost album is slated to release on March 24th. Stream “Pray Everyday (Survivor’s Guilt)” . . .

darius moreno

Meet Darius Moreno, the artist behind GoldLink’s animated “Meditation” video

I walked into Harlem Public on 149th and Broadway, very sure of the direction this piece would take. My mission: sit down with the visual artist behind GoldLink’s latest hit “Meditation,” which was produced by Kaytranada and featured Jazmine Sullivan. I’d ask him about the inspiration behind the visuals, what the process was like, and . . .

meditation
New Music Mar 9  |  

GoldLink – “Meditation” ft. Jazmine Sullivan & Kaytranada

RCA Records signee GoldLink and his signature bouncy delivery are back on the map with “Meditation.” This time, he has two friends along for the ride. You might know them. Jazmine Sullivan and Kaytranada ring a bell? Jazmine’s soulful vocals are a great fit for the chorus over top of Kaytra’s percussion-heavy, futuristic production. This . . .

pressed for time
New Music Mar 6  |  

Mick Jenkins – “Pressed For Time (Crossed My Mind)” ft. GoldLink

Mick Jenkins connects with fellow lyricist GoldLink for a glitchy, catchy new single called “Pressed For Time (Crossed My Mind).” Featuring futuristic production courtesy of Monte Booker and THEMpeople, the song carries an etheral, wavy feeling that is only augmented by elastic flows form both Mick and Link. Stream “Pressed For Time (Crossed My Mind)” . . .

Crew
New Music Mar 2  |  

GoldLink, Shy Glizzy and Brent Faiyaz link up for “Crew” (Video)

GoldLink‘s been on a roll as of late, if his recent signing to RCA Records and the release of And After That, We Didn’t Talk last November are any indication. The DMV-bred emcee keeps things going with a new video for “Crew,” featuring Shy Glizzy and Brent Faiyaz. Watch the video for “Crew” below.

Dark Skin Women

GoldLink – “Dark Skin Women” (Video)

“Girl, you’re a star. Come on and dance, baby.” “Dark Skin Women,” one of the most infectious cuts from GoldLink‘s And After That, We Didn’t Talk album, has received a visual accompaniment. Appropriately enough, the video features a beautiful, darker complexion woman dancing to her own beat in her bedroom. Watch the video for “Dark . . .