Childish Gambino has revealed the title of his new album via a teaser trailer that showcases a new song and also reveals the general time of the release. The album, Because The Internet, is scheduled for “Winter Break,” according to the trailer.
Earlier this year, Gambino released “Centipede,” believed to be the first single off Because The Internet. In August, Gambino released a short film titled “Clapping For The Wrong Reasons.” This year, Gambino also released “Bed Peace,” a collaboration with singer Jhene Aiko.
Gambino, also known as Donald Glover, is a comedian, actor and rapper, appearing on shows such as “30 Rock,” “Community” and “Human Giant.” He also has had his own stand-up special on Comedy Central. Additionally, Gambino is slated to write, executive produce and star in a new FX comedy.
Because The Internet is set to be his follow-up to 2011’s Camp.
The trailer for the project can be viewed below, followed by the director’s cut of his short film, Clapping For The Wrong Reasons.
UPDATE: Childish Gambino has announced December 10 as the release date for his because the internet album.
Today (October 21), he also released “3005,” the first single from the project.
UPDATE #2: Childish Gambino has released the cover art for his because the internet album. It can be found below, as per rapradar.com.
UPDATE #3: Childish Gambino has released an alternate cover for his new album, according to xxlmag.com. That cover can be found below.
UPDATE #4: Gambino has released an album trailer for because the internet. It can be found below.
UPDATE# 5: Childish Gambino has released a video of the packaging for his upcoming album, because the internet. The video can be found below, via Instagram.
UPDATE #6: Childish Gambino’s because the internet is available to stream below via Your Music Fix.