"He’s really annoying, but I think I love him. It’s like we’re always together, but I already trust him. Everyone else who came before him, they’re gone. Never mind."

Despite being several months after his And After That, We Didn’t Talk album, Goldlink‘s quick bars and style of hip hop has never waned for me. When I caught wind of the music video to his ‘Spectrum’ track, I couldn’t help but to share the love here on DopeKoto.

Crafted by the trending video producers 88 Rising, the clip follows Filipino American dancer Brian Puspos to a dance-off. And then — the whole tragic tale unravels. The music video brings the ‘Spectrum’ lyrics to life, a story of his former love and the title to his second track on the album, Zipporah (who I suspect to be her name).

The Tagalog (a language native to the Philippines) throughout the song is Zipporah berating him and translates to, “He’s really annoying, but I think I love him. It’s like we’re always together, but I already trust him. Everyone else who came before him, they’re gone. Never mind.”

Check out the video above if you haven’t yet, as well as Chris McClenney’s remix of Goldlink’s ‘Dark Skin Women’.


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