GoldLink - Planet Paradise

Posted 2 years ago
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If the title of his next project is to be believed, GoldLink has a little bit of a God Complex. It’s only right, then, that the DMV representative resides in his own personal heaven. On the latest single off the set, follow-up to January’s The Heart, the unsigned buzzmaker welcomes us to Planet Paradise, a place where dope art abounds and realness reigns supreme. In rapid-fire verses, Link offers a tantalizing glimpse of life in his world. Louie Lastic backs his hyperkinetic flows with an appropriately exhilarating melange of synths, samples and heavily-syncopated percussion. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep your browsers locked for more fresh singles leading up to the April 1, arrival of GoldLink’s latest digital full-length.

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