GoldLink and Miguel Are Smooth as Hell on "Got Friends"
GoldLink returns with another slow banger in "Got Friends."
Watch GoldLink's Silky Tiny Desk Concert
The DMV rapper played four songs on his Tiny Desk debut, highlighting the R&B influences that have underpinned every project he's released.
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Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
GoldLink Rules and So Does "Frontin'," So Both Together Is Awesome
GoldLink covered the classic Pharrell track for triple j's Like a Version series.
What A Time, What A Year It's Been for GoldLink
Following the success of 'At What Cost,' the DMV rapper grabbed a Grammy nomination and platinum plaque for "Crew" by keeping things local. We spent a couple days with him to see what's next.
We Interviewed the 24-Year-Old Producer Behind Kendrick Lamar's "LOVE."
The talented Teddy Walton explains his work on 'DAMN.' and how meeting ASAP Yams changed his life.
Meet Darius Moreno, the Artist Behind GoldLink’s ‘At What Cost’ Album
We catch up with the young artist whose bold and colourful style helps flavour GoldLink's DMV.
stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 6 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 3/25
New albums from Mount Eerie, The Jesus & Mary Chain, and Craig Finn top this week's list.
Style Rider: George Maple Needs Polaroids and Fluffy Coats to Stay Sane on the Road
Oversized fluffy coats are actually very practical.
Speakers in the House: Can Washington, DC Be a New Capital for Rap?
The DMV is finally developing a substantial hip-hop scene, and its sound, once defined purely by go-go, is evolving in the internet era.
Longreads Or Whatever
GoldLink, Unmasked, Comes Down to Earth Before He Takes It Over
DC's GoldLink is on the cusp of serious fame, but the further his music takes him, the less he seems to put up a facade.
U Guessed It: Dej Loaf, OG Maco, Goldlink, and More Kick SXSW Off Right at ASCAP's Showcase
It's only Wednesday, but we're already turned up for SXSW.
Here's the Lineup for Trillectro 2014
Big Sean, Baauer, and some of the best up-and-comers in rap and electronic music will be on the bill in DC.