Published: Mon, March 23, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Childish Gambino Officially Releases New Album 3.15.20

Childish Gambino Officially Releases New Album 3.15.20

Previously, Glover put up a brand new website that included a 12 hour stream of the album on repeat, which had his loyal fanbase itching for the entire stream.

The twelve track offering sees Gambino teaming up with the likes of Ariana Grande, 21 Savage and Khadja Bonet, as well as longtime producer and collaborator Ludwig Göransson.

This comes after he claimed he would be retiring his Childish Gambino alter ego following his 2018 tour.

Listen to 3.15.20 in full below, or join the renewed livestream for a more "communal vibe".

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The album, titled "3.15.2020", has just been released on all digital platforms and, while none are officially credited, features some very exciting collaborations. The one track version of the album does have "Donald Glover Presents" faintly imprinted at the top of the album.

The pop star and the hip hop artist duet on the track titled "Time", one of the only tracks on the album with a title that isn't numbers. His last full-length solo effort dropped four years ago.

Following multiple delays, a live stream and a quick removal, we can finally bask in the light glow of hope that is Childish Gambino's new album. 21 Savage is credited on the track "12.38".

Glover's last Childish Gambino album was 2016's "Awaken, My Love!". He also starred as Simba in The Lion King reboot.

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