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GoldLink Teams Up With Miguel For New Single Got Friends

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

GoldLink has released a new single featuring Miguel.

Got Friends follows up a string of recent collaborations, including I Do with Christina Aguilera, Tom Misch's Lost In Paris, and Live In The Moment with Craig David and Kaytranada.

Miguel, meanwhile, released his latest LP, 'War & Leisure', in December and has lined up three sideshows ahead of his set at Byron Bay's Splendour In The Grass festival this July. Head here for details.

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