Childish Gambino Goes Off on Twitter, Gives Away New Song

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Childish Gambino is a bit on a roll lately. Yesterday he dropped a new track called “Unnecessary” with ScHoolboy Q, and it gave us a glimpse of a measured Gambino, one that might be outgrowing summer camp. Today, Glover blasted off on Twitter for a few dozen 140-character mindbytes on his critics, his aspirations for Childish Gambino, that much maligned reference to Trayvon Martin in “Eat Your Vegetables”, and closed with a link to a new song with a hilarious introduction (read below).

MP3 | Childish Gambino – “Untitled (We Ain’t Them)”

Childish Gambino Goes Off on Twitter, Gives Away New Song

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