GoldLink releases new visuals for his future bounce anthem “Ay Ay,” yet another collaboration with director Nathan R. Smith, and also GoldLink’s first video since dropping The God Complex earlier this month.
In “Ay Ay” we see three voluptuous women seemingly, “[bouncing] that ass for [his] kinfolk” as the hook would suggest. However, as with GoldLink and Nathan R. Smith’s first video, it’s not that simple. The women capture an unknown man and sacrifice him to, who else, but GoldLink— the artist with a God complex.
For any GoldLink fans out there who are hoping for an image of the emcee, you’re out of luck. As with anything he does, GoldLink stays anonymous. But at the end of the day it’s about the music anyways.
Check out the music video for “Ay Ay” in the player up top, and afterwards download GoldLink’s The God Complex.