It is without debate that red-hot newcomer GoldLink dropped one of the most complete projects of 2015, with his debut, And After That, We Didn’t Talk. Today, the DMV artist revisits the project, but not in a way that you might be used to.
Teaming up with UK poet, Kojey Radical, GoldLink drops a trio of short, color-coded visuals, each with its own respective meaning.
Pink: “The memory of someone you didn’t deserve. Someone too good for you that you wronged just by being with them”
Blue: “The remembering of an obsession. A relationship you will inevitably, always carry a piece of. A relationship that fragments and damages you and leaves its indelible mark”
Orange: “Equilibrium. The moment where all the noise fades away and you feel absolutely connected to that other person”
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