Well, I think i have deciphered the meaning of the phrase, (if you hadn't already)
(noun) Caribbean/West Indian/Bahamian farewell term derived from the colloquial verb, "link" which means to speak to again, or to see again, to meet one more time. Often used as a one-word sentence, abbreviated to mean, "We will do linkage" i.e. we will speak again, we will see each other again. Originally, speakers would say "We ga link!" translated - We're going to link. Instead, now they simply say "Linkage"http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=linkage
lots of; many.
There are bare people here tonight.http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meanin ... on-of/bare
so bare linkages! See you soon! We will speak again for a lot of times..