Goldlink dropped his debut album And After That We Didn't Talk last month, but he's kept the push going for the new LP. The DMV rapper's latest way to keep attention on the new album is with a series of vignettes. These unique videos, directed the duo Rubberbands, are meant to explore the relationships that Goldlink raps about on the recently released album.

UK artist and poet Kojey Radical handles the narration of each video while illustrations are done by Melody Hansen. The three vignettes are identified by color: Pink, Blue and Orange. Goldlink describes each one below.

Pink: The memory of someone you didn't deserve. Someone too good for you that you wronged just by being with them.

Blue: The remembering of an obsession. A relationship you will inevitably, always carry a piece of. A relationship that fragments and damages you and leaves its indelible mark.

Orange: Equilibrium. The moment where all the noise fades away and you feel absolutely connected to that other person.

In other news, Goldlink is about to hit the road for a 18-date tour of the United States. The 2015 XXL Freshman will kick things on Feb. 26 in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theater. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on Mar. 23 in Atlanta at the Basement. Check out the full dates for the tour here, which XXL reported last month.

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