Childish Gambino and Chance The Rapper collaborate at Governors Ball, reveal joint EP plans

The pair performed 'The Worst Guys' together at the New York festival

Childish Gambino and Chance The Rapper collaborate at Governors Ball, reveal joint EP plans

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Childish Gambino and Chance The Rapper collaborated onstage at Governors Ball festival in New York over the weekend.

The rappers joined forces for a rendition of 'The Worst Guys' from Childish Gambino's 2013 album 'Because The Internet' on Saturday night (June 7) at the event on Randall's Island, off Manhattan. Scroll down to watch fan-shot footage of the performance, which was watched by Andre 3000 of Outkast, who headlined the festival. After the show, Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover tweeted that the pair have been working on a joint EP. He wrote:

Chance The Rapper will play a number of UK shows in July. Starting at Wireless Festival in Birmingham's Perry Park on July 4, he will then travel with the festival to London's Finsbury Park on July 5. He will play his own headline show at the London Forum on July 15.

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