Childish caters to his fans by making his older work available for your streaming pleasure.
All you Childish Gambino fans know the struggle of having to go to a number of different platforms to get a full listen to all of Childish’s work. Before today, Apple Music, Tidal and Spotify sadly did not offer Gambino’s mixtape work such as EP that was released before his debut album Camp and after his mixtape Culdesac.
Today brings good news for that particular struggle, as Childish and his team have announced that EP will officially be available on all streaming platforms.
“Artists should never be in the position where the industry hinders their creative output,” Gambino’s manager, Wolf Taylor, tells Billboard. “Our goal is to give our artists the ability to release content when and where they want. Partnering with Stem has allowed us to maintain our major label resources while providing us with a platform to independently release our special projects.”
This new move comes at the perfect time considering Childish will be retiring his musical talents based on his Wu-Tang Clan Name Generator moniker. Known in the acting and directing lane as Donald Glover, the multifaceted man announced that after his upcoming project, Childish Gambino will see no more musical releases.
Childish is on a killer streak as he just won the Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Redbone” at the Grammys this past weekend and has legendary Quincy Jones wanting him to star in his 10-part biopic.