Watch Childish Gambino Debut Another New Song, 'Saturday', On Saturday Night Live

Hugh Fox
May 10, 2018

Calling Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover's music video (above) This is America politically charged would be the understatement of the year.

The song appeared online during his performance as host on U.S. sketch show Saturday Night Live. The visuals echo the equally unpredictable lyrics, which vary from "I know you wanna party/ Party just for me/ Girl, you got me dancin" to "This is America/ Police be trippin' now/ Yeah, this is America/ Guns in my area".

The artist has said is next album will be his last under his stage name.

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What else would one expect to see in a music video by a famous rapper titled "This is America"? The number, directed by Hiro Murai, reflects the current political turmoil in the United States, especially pertaining to gun violence, an issue that is taking America by storm right now.

Donald Glover appeared on Satuday Night Live to promote his new film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, where he plays a young Lando Calrissian.

One can also make the assumption that Glover's character is being chased because he murdered 11 people over the course of the video.

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Fans have been pretty positive about the surprise new music.

The video sees a topless Childish Gambino moving through a warehouse pulling out all kinds of insane dance moves, but before things really get going he shoots a man in the head.

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He reportedly halted his show, jumped off the stage and rushed to the woman's aid, attending to her before paramedics arrived. He played the title character in ABC sitcom Dr Ken that he wrote based on his own experiences as an intern.


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