S.Gold / Press

“Today’s post comes by way of North Carolina emcee, S.Gold titled, “Timeless“. A smooth and lyrically precise tack and video, this one should gain some new fans and listeners quickly. Check out the official music video and more info on S.Gold below!”

“North Carolina artist S. Gold shoots the visual for his latest release, "Timeless", which serves as the fourth single from his project, "The Storm". Fellow North Carolinian Azon Blaze provides the production. This is a smooth one. S. Gold delivers a mellow, but lyrical flow.”

“North Carolina’s S.Gold brandishes his bars on The Colombians-produced single, “Timeless (feat. Azon Blaze).” With live visuals to accompany the track, this song definitely knocks and gives us a taste of the smooth kind of vibe S.Gold can eloquently rock over.”

“S.Gold’s album release party went down late last week in grand fashion. It was a packed out crowd, to the sidewalk, on a very heavy rainy Thursday night. Trust me when I tell you, that’s a super feat for the RDU hip hop scene. Some folks are lucky to have a venue half packed on a Friday. No shade. Honestly though, it was great to see a lot of new faces come out and support the event. S.Gold’s new project includes features from fellow North Carolina artists King Mez, Lazarus, Azon Blaze, Keaton and more. Production comes courtesy of Big Myke Beats, Majestic, and Agent Midi. #NCHipHop”

“I met so many people at A3C and received so much music; I feel personally obligated to check out all of it. Here’s a new video from one of the artists I met, S.Gold, off his upcoming album The Storm.”

“The Storm was just released last week so I am still taking it in fully. "Goldie" is a rising star on the RDU hip hop scene, especially considering his packed out album release party on a rainy Thursday night in Raleigh. I’m still tripping out over the accomplishment of that feat. It felt real good to see folks come out in droves to support good #NCHipHop. ”

“S. Gold hits us with a cool track that uses an enticing sample and succinct flow to lure the listener in. Reminiscent of so much Say Hey manages to keep its integrity while still representing so much of what makes hip-hop viable in 2012. Much love for the Chris Wallace line and delivery the subsequent Jay-Zesque styling on the proceeding bars. You can imagine S.Gold rolling through his native North Carolina with the top down saying hey to his peoples. The streets are listening. Stay tuned for The Storm coming soon and check S.Gold’s earlier project The Forecast. Note: You will always win over the heart of many SAC writers if you reference Concord 11′s. Paz, Antonio Cortez Appling”