Pinpoint accuracy. That’s the only way to describe XXL’s decision to make GoldLink one of its 2015 freshman. A lot of people have been sleeping on the DMV spitter, but with a little help from Rick Rubin and now, the magazine cover, ‘Link can quite possibly be on his way to having a crazy year.
Keeping up the tradition of dropping new music, once it’s been announced that you made the cover, GoldLink blesses our ears with “Dance On Me”.
Be on the lookout for GoldLink, as he, along with Tink, DeJ Loaf and Raury are arguably the most dangerous members of this year’s class.
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