Hear Two New Childish Gambino Tracks

Donald Glover is at it again: the actor/comedian/rapper has seen the release of two new tracks in the past week under his Childish Gambino moniker. The first features Flynt Flossy and Yung Humma from the infamous Turquoise Jeep crew and is an indictment of music bloggers everywhere. The second, released late Monday by In Flex We Trust, features ScHoolboy Q and claims to be the first material from an upcoming mixtape.

“Fuck Your Blog,” the Turquoise Jeep collaboration, opens with Flossy and Humma detailing their own disagreements with the blogging industry. The lines are classic Turquoise Jeep: “No time for babies/ All the credit to the fans who ladies” quips Humma in the second verse. Gambino doesn’t disappoint, managing to critique most of the Internet in his verse. Following the release, he announced via twitter that “Fuck Your Blog” wasn’t complete when it debuted a few days ago:

Perhaps a fuller version will be released in the future. Check out the track below:

The second new release to discuss is titled “Unnecessary” and includes verses by Black Hippy member ScHoolboy Q. The track is a bit more traditional Gambino and a logical next step from last year’s CAMP. A release date the rest of the upcoming mixtape has not been announced.

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