Watch Childish Gambino debut new song live in New York City

The rapper treated fans to the new track on his This is America Tour

Childish Gambino has debuted a new track as part of his set yesterday on the New York City stop of his ‘This is America Tour’.

Introducing the song to fans during his September 14th concert at Madison Square Garden, Gambino said: “This is some new shit I’ve been working on.”

You can watch footage of the moment below.


The Donald Glover persona, who recently said this tour will be his last, allegedly sent two new songs directly to dedicated fans who bought tickets for the ‘This is America’ tour.

A Reddit post claimed the tracks were titled ‘Algorhythm’ and ‘All Night’ and Gambino had urged fans not to share the new material online.

Earlier this month, Gambino released an animated video for his track ‘Feels Like Summer’, which featured cameos including Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott and Kanye West.

Last week, the star shared an emotional tribute to his late friend Mac Miller on stage and honoured Miller for his “love of music.”

“I’m a very sensitive person… but this Mac Miller shit got me fucked up,” he said, as Rolling Stone reports. “He was so nice. He was the sweetest guy, he was so nice. And we were both internet music kids, and a lot of critics were like, ‘This corny-ass white dude, this corny-ass black dude,’ and we used to talk. And this kid, he just loved music.”


Childish Gambino has announced a huge show at London’s O2 Arena for the end of the year.


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