Maleek Berry Teases Collaboration With Grammy-Nominated Rapper, GoldLink
It’s been a frustratingly dry year for Maleek Berry fans, as the gifted producer-turned-artist is yet to come through with a 2019 single. Well, all that’s about to change, as he has finally promised us some new music and the release of his long-awaited debut album.
One of the songs fans can expect from Maleek Berry in the coming weeks is a collaboration with Grammy-nominated rapper, GoldLink.
In the past year, alongside his work with a few beloved Nigerian artists, Maleek Berry has also successfully collaborated with a host of international stars — Rudimental, Kojo Funds, Chip, Estelle, Yxng Bane and more — making this GoldLink team-up hardly surprising.
The talented GoldLink, who has nabbed a Grammy nomination for ‘Best Rap/Sung Performance’ two years in a row, is known for working particularly well with singers, and if he brings that same energy to this Maleek Berry collaboration, then we are all in for a real treat.
As for Maleek Berry’s debut album — which follows the release of two acclaimed EPs, Last Daze Of Summer and First Daze Of Winter — we fully expect the project to be stellar, and although no official release date has been announced, Maleek says it’s coming this year.
The actual album is coming this year!! Thank you #classicsonly https://t.co/ctxC2RPvUv
— PAPITO (@MaleekBerry) April 28, 2019
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