Donald Glover’s New Album Taken Down 12 Hours After Surprise Release

Donald Glover's New Album Taken Down 12 Hours After Surprise Release
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The untitled, 12-track album, which includes a collaboration with Ariana Grande, was streamed on the ‘Atlanta’ star’s website on Sunday, March 15 before it is removed.

AceShowbizDonald Glover‘s surprise new album could no longer be found online. Less than 24 hours after the 12-track record was made available for listening through a website called DonaldGloverPresents.com, the “This Is America” hitmaker’s untitled project has been mysteriously taken down.

The release of the album itself was first brought to awareness by a Twitter user who simply tweeted, “Donald Glover Presents donaldgloverpresents.com.” It was a reference to the website where the tracks were played on loop as well as the title of Glover’s partnership with Adidas. It was retweeted by his manager Fam Rothstein, whose account and retweet have since been deleted.

Dropped on Sunday, March 15, Glover’s new album includes previously released tracks like 2018’s “Feels Like Summer”, 2019’s “Algorythm” and “Warlords” which the “Atlanta” star performed live at the 2019 Coachella. It also features an unconfirmed collaboration with Ariana Grande in a tune titled “Time” and with 21 Savage in “Vibrate”, which is also believed to have also featured SZA.

One song from Glover’s new album has reportedly also included an appearance by one of his sons. In the outro of “Don’t Worry About Tomorrow (The Violence)”, the 36-year-old who is also known as Childish Gambino could be heard asking, “Who do you love?/ Me?” To which, his son replied, “Yeah,” before adding, “Mom and Hulalo. And Santa/ And I Love-and I love Roland/ And I love myself.”

The LP, which came a little over three years after the release of “Awaken, My Love!”, included such titles as “Little Foot Big Foot Get Out The Way”, “Why Go To The Party”, “Under the Sun”, “We Are We Are We Are”, “Beautiful” and “Sweet Thang / Thank You”.

Donald Glover Presents website has yet to provide information regarding the takedown or the album itself. Still, a black and white illustration of a large crowd gathering together outdoors was released when the album was played on loop in the website prior to the removal.

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