Childish Gambino Hates His Record Label


Things have been weird with Childish Gambino since he started promoting his Sophomore album near the end of summer 2013. Between videos that play like movies, random singles, and late night tweet-sprees on everything from the assumption Dan Harmon hates him, to his label’s belief that his latest album was not meant for a winter release, the evolution of Childish Gambino in the public eye over the last year has been unlike any other.

Today, Childish – aka Donald Glover – took to Twitter to vent about his frustrations with his label’s recent rollout of a new video and tour blog. The rant lasted several messages, and essentially ended with Glover asking any other label with an interest in his work to buy him out of his current contract. It seems he does not trust his label and no longer wants anything to do with them. You can read the bulk of his tweets below:









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