The actor-writer talks about tackling race in his new show, those Star Wars and Spider-Man rumors and ignoring the haters as Childish Gambino
What's so good? Donald Glover, AKA Childish Gambino, recently joined Jimmy Fallon on his late night show to talk about life and stuff. The two got up to all kinds of wacky things, even speaking about Glover being bitten on his bum by a dog named Barry. Show More Summary
Donald Glover is all smiles while making an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday (August 23) in New York City. The 32-year-old actor-writer-executive producer-rapper promoted his upcoming FX show Atlanta, talked about getting attacked by a dog named Barry, and his plans to invite his fans to go camping for the [...]
Atlanta, FX’s upcoming half-hour comedy created by Donald Glover of Community and Childish Gambino fame, debuts in September. Part of the recent boom of post-Empire hip-hop TV, the show stars Glover as Earnest “Earn” Marks, who returns to his Atlanta hometown and becomes drawn into the local music scene by Paperboy, his cousin who has […]
Following six short teasers for his upcoming TV comedy Atlanta, Donald Glover shares the first official full-length trailer for the anticipated FX series. Executive produced and written by Childish Gambino himself, the show stars Glover as Earnest “Earn” Marks, a failed artist who returns to the ATL to discover that his cousin, Paperboy (Brian Tyree Henry), is […]
Last year, FX ordered a new comedy series called “Atlanta,” which is executive produced and written by Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino). The series stars Glover as Earnest “Earn” Marks, a failed artist who returns to Atlanta only to discover that his cousin Paperboy (played by Brian Tyree Henry) is a hot local rap act. Show More Summary
Childish Gambino to star in, write, and executive produce the music-themed show for FX.
Apparently, Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, might be a Calrissian.
Donald Glover, Community alum, rapper (under the name Childish Gambino) and creator, writer and star of FX's upcoming Atlanta, initially called the comedy a "hip-hop Twin Peaks" -- a description you'll find apt when watching its first funny, trippy episode. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Nujabes, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino Song: Seba Yuri - For You (Ft. Lyrx) What's so good? Hip-hop has never been in more thoughtful hands. At a time when the bloggers and the indie kids intertwine with young up-and-comers in all arenas, the influences of everyone are bleeding into each others' art. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Childish Gambino, Vic Mensa, The Social Experiment Song: Chance the Rapper - Same Drugs (MisterWives Cover) What's so good? When a song is covered and the original artist remarks, it makes their "heart smile," you know you're...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Earl Sweatshirt, Childish Gambino, Wiz Khalifa What's so good? Mac Miller doesn't do it for me, but when you throw in the vocals of Anderson.Paak, you've got my attention. "Dang!" is the first taste of Miller's forthcoming...Show More Summary
Sounds like: The Weeknd, Childish Gambino, Vic Mensa, Spooky Black Song: Appleby - How Many (Ft. Ayelle) (Prod. Rami Beatz) What's so good? I have been a fan of Appleby for a while now, after hearing the absolute banger that was "Bitter...Show More Summary
Donald McKinley Glover has always been the lovable weirdo. From his days writing on 30 Rock, to the Spider Man speculation (cue audible hyperventilation) and all the way to his hip-hop act Childish Gambino (may I also say that it is quite criminal that the Childish Gambino?--?Chance The Rapper collaboration has not see the light of day). Show More Summary
The new shows will be late night starts on September 2 and 3.
Donald Glover has essentially announced that he's produced a brand new music album under his Childish Gambino alter ego over the weekend, to be premiered at a live camping event in Joshua Tree, CA.
Looks like Childish Gambino isn't retiring after all. Continue reading…
A "full album experience" with camping at Joshua Tree, California will go down in September.
The rapper announced the three-day event through his PHAROS Earth app.
Childish Gambino has announced a string of shows in Joshua Tree, Calif, where he will perform new music and give fans a “full album experience.” The news was revealed via a smartphone app called “PHAROS Earth”—Gambino tweeted out a link to download the app on Friday. Show More Summary