Goldlink – And After That, We Didn’t Talk Review

This album is fantastic with the self described “future bounce” sound making this a very interesting listen.  track has an enticing message while being delivered in a fresh way.

The production is great with plenty of energy while keeping that thought provoking atmosphere. The beats do not sound negative but allow some very real and honest content to be explored by Goldlink. Maybe some beats from a different sub-genre of Hip Hop could show a more versatile ability from the main artist, but there are no issues with his backing selection here.

The lyricism is amazing with his storytelling being enhanced by his wordplay. Goldlink uses his experiances with his complicated rhymes to make lyrics that can be enjoyed by a lot of different audiances. Maybe some songs that have more of a happy overtone could show that Goldlink can bring in even more listeners, but the tracks on here are pretty universal in entertainment.

Overall, this album is fantastic for Goldlink and for the new generation of rappers. The choice to have no features and only show his ability has paid off in a big way.

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