Donald Glover keeps the good music coming and trades bars with one third of Das Racist for his latest recording. Radio rip for now. You might want to run this one back. xzone
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Donald Glover separates himself from the rest and releases his new cut, which he premiered live recently. Based off this and his previous track, we’re going to keep our eyes on his next project.
As Donald Glover prepares for his new project, he hands Flex his new record featuring TDE’s ScHoolboy Q. Hopefully, Gambino has more tunes in the stash. On the flip side, his album Camp is so necessary.
After visiting Terrence and Rocsi on 106 & Park, Donald Glover hit up Flex at Hot 97 and went off the top over Red Cafe’s “Let It Fly”. Camp in stores now.
Childish Gambino held a secret show out in Los Angeles last night. During his performance, he debuted four new tracks, and from the sounds of it, they were pretty good. Take a look at the other three after the cut. pap
During day two of Coachella yesterday, Donald Glover catered to thousands during his performance and brought out Kendrick Lamar and Danny Brown. After the jump, he recites “Heartbeat”. rapdose
“Man, I die for my hood. Trayvon.” Eh, too soon Mr. Gambino. Anyway, coming off his recent project, Camp, Gambino delivers a new track with a bunch of current event references. New mixtape on the way.
For his new motion picture, Donald Glover plays chauffeur and drives his lady of interest—and customer around town. Funny how things turn around in the end. Camp in stores now.
A few hours ago, Childish Gambino performed his first London show at C.A.M.P. How fitting. Ha! Up top, Amaru Don TV shares a recap of Gambino performing tracks off his recent album, Camp.
With SBTV behind the lens, Childish Gambino spits us a few bars over Meek Mill’s anthem, “Ima Boss” while overseas. Support his album, Camp in stores now.