After releasing the track “Got Friends” earlier in June, GoldLink releases a spooky video for the track just in time for Halloween.
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In the five-minute short film, directed by Christian Sutton, we open to a late night diner with the song itself providing as background music. A group of women sits in the booth and order as they’re informed that a group of men has paid for their meal, while Miguel, the singer on the song, discusses with the others his plan to join the women.
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When the women leave and arrive at their destination, spookiness ensues. GoldLink appears as a vampire attacking one of the women with Miguel floating in the air next to a love interest.
You can check out the video below:
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