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Byron Shire
April 12, 2021

We’re goo goo for Childish Gambino

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To say Donald Glover is a man of many talents is one hell of an understatement. With a batch of albums and mixtapes under the belt of his shorts, it’s wit and intellect that sets this actor, writer, comedian and rapper apart from the rest.

Indeed, you could say he has the Midas touch and we can’t wait to see Childish Gambino paint the stage gold at Splendour.


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