A week earlier than originally anticipated, GoldLink's debut album And After That, We Didn't Talk is officially here. Released via Soulection, the Washington, DC rapper shared singles like "Spectrum," "Unique," and "New Black" ahead of the drop date.
Last month, GoldLink spoke with Pitchfork about the album and his collaboration with Rick Rubin, saying, "Whatever world you create, that’s what people are going to be stuck in. That’s why I’m really keen on the intro and the tracklist. I don’t want the album to feel like one consistent vibe, but rather that you’re going through a lot of emotions at the same time; I was balancing a lot mentally when I did this album, keeping a lot of things in mind. So if you don’t like dance-y stuff, then you’ll like sing-y stuff; if you hate my fucking voice when I sing, then you’ll like the rap shit; if you hate all that stuff and wanna be basic, then you’ll like another record. So I’m really trying to do that and stay me and then, I don’t know, grow as an artist."