GoldLink Performs “Some Girl” and More for NPR’s Tiny Desk
GoldLink knows how to rock any stage—or in this case, a desk. The At What Cost artist stopped by NPR's Tiny Desk to perform a few deep cuts last week and the video made its way online today (June 18).
Following the buzz of his smash hit "Crew," GoldLink has garnered a huge following over the last year. The 2015 XXL Freshman joins the ranks of artists like D.R.A.M., Gucci Mane and Run The Jewels who have also performed a Tiny Desk concert.
Leaving producer Louie Lastic to lead each of the four songs on bass, the rapper ran through a rolodex of the melodic tunes he is known and loved for. In the nearly 15 minute long clip, GoldLink delivers dialed-down renditions of "Bedtime Story," "Dark Skin Women," "Some Girl" and "Pray Everyday (Survivor's Guilt)."
Prior to his performance, GoldLink even admits that the experience is "mad overwhelming." You'd never guess it based off his effortless delivery and quirky choreography by the clip's end.
Get into the rhythm of GoldLink's Tiny Desk Concert below.
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