GoldLink teamed up with director Nathan R. Smith for yet another short-film for his latest single, "Ay Ay." It's the first video he's released since dropping his The God Complex project earlier this month.

"Ay Ay," produced by Fingalick, is the opening track on the project, and with his "Bounce that ass for my kinfolk" hook, it only makes sense that he found some beautiful women for the sultry visuals. As fans of GoldLink know, you won't be seeing him at all—that is, until the end of the video atop of a shrine where the women are making a sacrifice to their "God" and even then, it's only a brief portrait. The "Future-Bounce stripper anthem" obviously plays on the general idea of what a typical rap video could be, but this is GoldLink, and there's definitely an underlying story in the visuals.

When will we actually get to meet GoldLink? Only time will tell but for now, enjoy the steamy video for "Ay Ay" and get to know him through his latest single, instead. 

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