Golde London isn’t showing signs of slowing down as she releases visuals for “Commando”. The Toronto-based MC has been called “The hardest female rapper in the city” by her fanbase – which is growing day by day. Golde London’s embracing of lyrical patterns and flows brings a refreshing energy to Toronto’s hip hop industry – which is oversaturated by autotune vocals and grand production. The MC’s artistic high-standards have garnered attention from notable outlets such as DJ Akademiks and Complex Canada.
The production quality of Golde London doesn’t stop at “bars”. Her ability to fit lyrical content into modern production styles gives her music a very progressive sound. The artist isn’t afraid to show her talent on a wide variety of production, yet manages to keep a unique style across the board. The drill-inspired “Lit Chick” serves as a high-energy anthem, while the trap-inspired “Commando” features ominous production and slick lyrical style.
Golde London also doesn’t shy away from her early days as a dancer. The music video for “Commando” features intricate dance choreography from Golde herself as well as a crew of background dancers. The artist has no plans on slowing down now, and is definitely someone to watch for this year and the next.