Maxim Meyer-Horn

13 Feb
Music

Yihaaa! Glints Returns with Extremely Fun Single ‘Gold Veins’

Antwerp-based rapper Glints is a real sensation. After his debut in 2015, the rapper started to gain attention and scored his first big hit together with VRWRK. “New Flow” was Glints’ introduction to the big audience. A year later, the rapper repeated this success with his solo single “Bugatti”. After sold-out shows and impressive festival shows, Glints returns with his new single “Gold Veins”.

“Gold Veins”, Pure Gold

“Gold Veins” is probably Glints’ best song so far and amazes with fun lyrics and cool sounds. With references to the legendary Ennio Morricone, the rapper shows his most creative side and we are absolutely here for it. This new song will be a big hit, without a doubt.

Not only the song makes us happy, the video as well is a fantastic example of how good the Belgian music industry is nowadays. Directed by our friend A$IAN Rocky (who was one of the creatives starring in our Daily Paper x Havana Club collaboration), the video shows Glints on a horse, with an extremely cute dog and sitting on a golden car. Visually clean and extremely effective. We love the creativity behind the video and can’t wait to see what Glints has in store for us next!

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