For the first time since his 2018 EP Summer Pack, Donald Glover has released new music, an untitled album-length project that appeared on a secret website.
The website, donaldgoverpresents.com, features a four part sketch of a crowded, apocalyptic streetscape and currently loops 12 songs via livestream. Fans on Reddit and Twitter have attempted to pick out individual tracks from the livestream and have identified one song as “Warlords,” the song Glover debuted at Coachella in 2019 but hadn’t yet released, another as “Time” featuring Ariana Grande, and a suspected collaboration with 21 Savage and SZA.
Fans first heard about the album when a Twitter user discovered and posted the website with no further context and members of Glover’s management team retweeted their link.
Interestingly, donaldgloverpresents.com does not indicate the new album as a project under Glover’s Childish Gambino moniker and may be the first album released under his given name. The site also includes a text field where visitors can enter words, leading some to speculate that Glover either has new content hidden behind a password or is crowdsourcing titles for the album.
I think he looking for name ideas
— IsaiahtheGamer Ⓙ (@IsaiahtheGamer8) March 15, 2020
While Glover’s album drop leaves fans with a lot of questions, it also answers perhaps the most important one: Will Glover’s anticipated new music whip?
Check the website to find out.
(But it whips.)
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