Childish Gambino's New Album Features Ariana Grande And 21 Savage — And Fans Are Loving It
's peculiar countdown
expired on March 22 and with the strike of zero came the release of 3.15.20,
presumably named immediately following the original date that the album mysteriously appeared on the website. Our presumptions were correct.
As a substitute opposed to releasing it under his real name, it appears on streaming services under his rap moniker, Childish Gambino
. Officially, it's the next chapter, and possibly even the last
, in the Gambino story.
Everything about 3.15.20
is mysterious. Aside from the tracks "Algorhythm" and "Time," every one of the songs's titles are a set of numbers that corresponded to any time as soon as they appear on the album. There really are uncredited features from 21 Savage
, Ariana Grande
, and soul singer Kadhja Bonet. It's compromised mostly of singing, compared to rapping, however both parts have made up the Gambino identity in the past.
is the opening Childish Gambino album since 2016's "Awaken, My Love!
", fans everywhere are continuing to soak it in, reacting with equal parts excitement and intrigue. First, there's the wide-eyed shock of the feel of the album and why Glover juggles everything to prepare an one-of-a-kind experience.
Then came the intrigue at the naming process.
Special say to this person who was so excited that they couldn't spell everything right.
When fans discovered the concealed collabs, that's as soon as the world wide web exploded. Grande appears on "Time" with Brent Jones & The ideal Life Singers choir, and on it, Glover struggles with realizing how short that life really is.
On the other huge collab, "12.38," which features 21 Savage, Kadhja Bonet, and singer Ink, fans loved how in sync Gambino and Savage sounded.
It's safe to mention Glover's 3.15.20
surprise release has been a success. Just let this jovial reaction tell it.
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