Goldlink has announced an 18-date tour of the United States. The 2015 XXL Freshman just released his debut album And After That, We Didn't Talk on Soulection and will be hitting the road to support the project. Goldlink spoke to XXL about the album, explaining that it was breakup record.

"It’s really for the girl who it was made for, if she understands what I was trying to say this entire time then I can care less what the fuck happens," Goldlink said. "That’s really what it was for, it was for her, and if she gets to hear it, then I accomplish my goal.”

Goldlink explained that you didn't have to be going through the same situation to understand the album.

"Everybody has been through a relationship, whether it’s with your dog, or with God or with yourself or with a man or a woman. Everybody had that relationship, everybody has had that experience, and everybody had those ups and downs. It’s very relatable, that’s the best reason I can tell you.”

Check out all the dates for Goldlink's upcoming tour below.

2/26 Los Angeles, CA- Fonda Theater
2/27 Santa Ana, CA - Observatory
2/29 Santa Cruz, CA- Catalyst - Atrium
3/1 San Francisco, CA- Social Hall
3/3 Portland, OR- Peter's Room
3/4 Vancouver, BC- Fortune (Late Show - Happy Ending Fridays)
3/5 Seattle, WA- Neumos
3/8 Minneapolis, MN- Triple Door
3/9 Chicago, IL- Chop Shop
3/11 Detroit, MI- Populux
3/12 Toronto, ON
3/14 Boston, MA- Middle East Downstairs
3/15 Philadelphia, PA- Foundry
3/16 Washington, DC- 9:30 Club
3/18 New York, NY- Irving Plaza
3/20 Charlottesville, VA- Jefferson
3/21 Raleigh, NC- King's
3/23 Atlanta, GA- Basement

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