GoldLink has spent most of 2016 touring around the world and has decided to give fans an insight into what goes into each show by releasing a short video. The mini-documentary was put together by Anthony Thompson and is called And After That: GoldLink Tours the U.S. and features small clips of GoldLink doing various things like rapping along to Big Pun, doing warm-up vocals, performing on stage, hanging out in the tour bus, and clowning around back stage.
The documentary isn’t a must watch for hip-hop fans, but it does speak directly to GoldLink fans who want to see a glimpse into the rising singer/rapper’s personality.
GoldLink may have wrapped up his headline tour but he still has a few American festivals to prepare for, and that’s not all. It would seem that he is almost featuring on a song in every town he passes through. He teamed up with the New Zealand band Leisure for the dreamy track Nobody and Aussie-born, UK based George Maple for Sticks and Horses (check out both below).
GoldLink toured Australia as part of his After That We Didn’t Talk tour and I was lucky enough to catch him live at Howler. You can read the review here and see photos from the photoshoot here.
Image: Michelle Grace Hunder / Howl and Echoes