Here’s another single off of his upcoming mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?.
We get a low budget music video in the form of “L.E.S.”, which is what was played on stage in the background at Gambino concerts last year when he performed “L.E.S.”. Watch above as we get a night out on the town in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
After a couple of conversations on Twitter, Flux and Gambino linked up to create “Do or Die”. A couple of live versions have been floating around for a minute, but now we get a CDQ version.
The Masked Gorilla recently met up with Sam Spratt, an ultra-talented visual artist who is been gaining notoriety for his recent work with Childish Gambino. I’ll let Roger take it from here:
In ‘American Royalty, presented by The Masked Gorilla‘ artist Sam Spratt narrates the story of how exactly these pieces came to be. From him using Normal Rockwell as inspiration, to Gambino conducting interviews with local Atlanta youth to gain a perspective of their thought on current music, the depth which Spratt and Gambino went into telling the ‘American Royalty’ story may surprise you.
This is so awkward that I can’t tell if it was meant to be this way or Chief Keef actually has down syndrome. Either way it’s entertaining.
Hey guys. I’m drunk posting from an iPad on the beach right now. So respect me. Right now. Gambino dropped his new mixtape right on time featuring cameos from artists like Beck, Chance The Rapper, Schoolyboy Q, Ab-Soul and Bun B. Don’t miss this. Download HERE.
Gambino stopped by Sway In The Morning and dropped a couple of new verses over Notorious B.I.G.’s “Ten Crack Commandments”. Royalty drops July 4th.