Donald Glover Confirms he's Retiring Childish Gambino
"I like the end. I think that're important for the progress".
Despite the recent success of Awaken, My Love!, which received a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year, Donald Glover has confirmed his plans to retire Childish Gambino.
Glover shared the news during a Q&A on Sunday (28 January), the Grammy Awards. The entertainment center seemed optimistic in his decision to leave the Childish Gambino go, talking about the power of endings.
Exhausted fans can take solace in the fact that Glover still plans to launch a project.
"I am very appreciative of this," Glover said. "And I'm still doing another project right now. But I like the end. I think that are important to the progress. I think that if a lot of things that I had of the death of the clauses in them, we would not have a lot of problems in the world. To be honest. So, I think that the end is good, because the force of things better."
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News of Glover retire from his Wu-Tang name Generator created nickname came last year, during a June performance in New York City Governor's Ball Music Festival.
"I'm going to see for the last Gambino album," she told the audience at the conclusion of their set.
Glover (as Glover) has found continued success with the action, with the success of the FX series of Atlanta to return for a second season in March. Also stars as Lando Calrissian in the next Star Wars Han Solo spin-off movie.