Avenging the DMV: Nuggets of Truth From Rising Hip-Hop Artist GoldLink
In the realm of hip-hop today, D’Anthony “GoldLink” Carlos is not your cookie-cutter artist. The fledgling RCA Records rapper is perhaps best known for spewing emotionally-charged lines over a euphoric pitter-patter of ’60s-rooted dance rhythms. GoldLink’s reverberant booms that predominantly tow hip-hop lyricism alongside R&B vocals had first appeared in a 2014 mixtape he released on SoundCloud called The Gold Complex which tugged the ears of legendary producer, Rick Rubin. With RR’s mentorship, GoldLink launched his first album under Los Angeles-based label Soulection dubbed And After That, We Didn’t Talk.
In anticipation of his full ascension into hip-hop Valhalla, we sat down with the artist who was decked out in Coach’s Spring 2017 collection to get his unfiltered view of ongoing musical influences, personal style, and the intersection of the aforesaid traits. As far as his fit goes, star pieces include the fashion label’s incoming Souvenir Jacket, Hawaiian shirting, and the Flag Backpack constructed out of pebble leather.
Read on to learn more about GoldLink, including his loyalty to the DMV, and personal style that seamlessly complements his inventive takes on music.
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