D.C.’s GoldLink was never one to follow the norm, not within his city, not with industry standards…nothing. So it’s not surprising that the “Crew” star would pick a Wednesday to drop off his new album Diaspora, his official follow-up to 2017’s At What Cost.
The RCA Records release sees 14 new genre-bending tracks, with additional assistance from (soon-to-be tourmate) Tyler, The Creator, Pusha T, Khalid, WizKid, WSTRN, Bibi Bourelly and more.
Take a listen to Diaspora below, which is available via all streaming platforms. Also added are dates for a late Fall European tour in promotion of the project, and GoldLink and Maleek Berry’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon‘s The Tonight Show, where they performed the single “Zulu Screams.”
GoldLink Recruits Tyler, The Creator & Jay Prince for “U Say”
Denzel Curry Drops New Visual for “BLACK BALLOONS” (Feat. GoldLink & Twelve’len)
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